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Lovingly Preserved And Restored With Modern Conveniences
US $2,250,000
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  • 4 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • QC Approved Listing
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Property description
Sitting on one of Essex Village's most favored streets, this classic Colonial built in 1804 for Captain Elijah Worthington has been lovingly restored. The back half of the house has peaceful water views of North Cove and the CT River. The English Conservatory with heated floor has a celing and walls of glass that transport you to the beautifully landscaped grounds. The fruit trees and flowers caress the heated pool. There's even a large brick and slate-roofed garden house. Inside there are 4 bedrooms including a first floor suite. The history in this house is so rich that in the Master suite there is a framed piece of the original wall stenciling and the secret slot where visiting dignitaries could be acknowledged. If you are working from home these days, the expansive water views from the roomy, heated and air-conditioned office is definitely a plus. The 12 x 5 mud room is lined with oak closets. the walk-out basement has an all wood-crafted room which is ideal for a workshop, exercise or entertainment center. The temperature controlled wine cellar can hold 500 bottles. This house has upscale appliances, mechanicals, a built-in generator and an underground irrigation system.

7 Little Point Street, Essex, Connecticut, United States
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