Contact: Rhonda Stokes
This historic home was built by early Newtown settlers, the Sanford family, in 1712 and expanded in the mid-19th century. This colonial has three bedrooms and 1.5 baths. In addition to its original wood flooring, it boasts a beehive oven, two fireplaces, retaining many historic details such as the original plank doors. The original, hand dug stone-lined well can be seen on the back patio. The house is in good condition but it is in need of some freshening and is being sold As Is. Previous owners have operated an antiques business out of the 1,000 sq. ft. barn (heat and electric connected). There is also a corn crib and carriage house on the property. The house has been rented out since 2016 to the same tenant who is prepared to move on. Easy access to and from Route 84.