The Historic Ebenezer Hayden, Sr Homestead, Circa 1800
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- 3 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- QC Approved Listing
Property descriptionThe historic Ebenezer Hayden, Sr Homestead, Circa 1800 can be yours! Prime Essex Village location! Walk to the Post Office, Library, Parks, Tennis Courts, Main Street Shops and Restaurants, Yacht Clubs, Marinas and the beautiful Connecticut River. This historic saltbox has a pretty living room with glass doored builtins. A Formal Dining Room is complete with a built-in hutch and corner cupboard. The cozy Family Room has a stone fireplace. There is a very nice kitchen, back entrance foyer and laundry area. in addition, on the first floor is a wonderful light, bright Sunroom, making it is a perfect place to rest and relax. Floors throughout the house are wood, with the exception of the kitchen and baths which are tile. The second floor has a Primary bedroom, two additional bedrooms and a full bath. There are two outbuildings, one is a garage and the other is ideal for storage. You will love living Village life in a home previously inhabited by many prominent Essex citizens. Ebineezer Hayden Jr was a most prominent financial person and boat builder. His brother Jacob was captured by the British in the Revolutionary War and inherited this house from his father. A most special Historic Landmark in the Quintessential Connecticut River Valley Village of Essex. Two hours from New York and Boston. Live a quiet lifestyle found only in a Village once described as "The Best Small Town in America". Sale is subject to probate court approval.
30 South Main Street, Essex, Connecticut, United States
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