1791 Federal – Naugatuck, CT – $449,900

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Added to OHD on 1/31/19   -   Last OHD Update: 1/31/19   -   13 Comments
60 Gunntown Rd, Naugatuck, CT 06770

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  • $449,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 3696 Sq Ft
  • 1.95 Ac.
Wow! Over 9000 sq.ft. of unlimited income possibilities in this Revolutionary Period Antique Horse Farm estate. A beautifully restored 2300 sq. ft. home with 8 rooms ,3 bedrooms ,and 2 full baths. A first floor laundry. This home has been magnificently maintained with many nook and crannies. This property features a magnificent 4200 sq. ft. barn on two levels. with 6 horse stalls and a tack room on the lower level and 2199 sq. ft. feed barn with over 20 ft. ceilings. Two stalls are presently being leased for $600 a month. The estate has a 5 car garage with full basement and a separate cottage which has running water and connected to the septic system.This cottage could be used as a possible in-law apartment with basement. Imagine all the income possibilities you have to take advantage of. Come visit this majestic setting overlooking the Andrew Mt. valley. A place to live out your dream. PLEASE DO NOT ENTER PADDOCK OR FEED HORSES!!
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Ed Perez, Perez and Associates
(888) 699-8876
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13 Comments on 1791 Federal – Naugatuck, CT – $449,900

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 10080 comments
    Admin

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Here’s a drone and interior walk through video: https://vimeo.com/226165866

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  2. AvatarT Dawn says: 4 comments

    Stunning home and setting! I’m in love with the barns and the sunroom is very nice also. Not a huge fan of the pastel colors, but that could be easily remedied.

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  3. AvatarJoe says: 617 comments

    -I would have been interested before it was done. I prefer a house that needs a lot of work and has the original details intact.
    -This farm looks like the model for a Charles Wysocki, (artist), jigsaw puzzle. If you don’t know who Wysocki is, I am cutting and pasting the following from Wikipedia. Charles M. Wysocki, Jr. (November 16, 1928 – July 29, 2002) was an American painter, whose works depict a stylized version of American life of yesteryear. While some of his works show horseless carriages, most depict the horse and buggy era. I guess what I am saying is that it is the perfect place for anyone who is searching for a beautiful home with that look.

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  4. Jodi SmithJodi Smith says: 26 comments

    The upstairs layout is a bit strange. I think I would make the smallest bedroom a large closet and make the other large bedroom my master bedroom. That way I have more of a suite with a sitting room. The bedroom labelled master would then just be another bedroom. Not terribly fond of the updates, but it does not stop me from wanting this place! I am in love!!!! They did a nice job of taking a dairy barn and making it horse friendly. And that loft! This property wants me to own it! (Too bad I live in Iowa and can’t afford to move here!)

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  5. AvatarBarbara N Kahl says: 52 comments

    Can anyone tell me what the little cupboards around all the fireplaces might be for? Thank you

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    • AvatarMN Meg says: 4 comments

      Chimney closet. Usually used for the storage of blankets, clothing, etc. Anything that needed to be kept warm as there was no central heating.

  6. AvatarJoseph Daigle says: 35 comments

    Beautiful property, but oh the taxes! Over $8000! The reason why I moved away.
    And it’s sad because it’s a beautiful, historic state. My heart is still
    there.

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    • AvatarCate says: 161 comments
      OHD Supporter

      Milwaukee, WI

      I live in s.e. Wisconsin and the taxes here are pretty outrageous unless you move much farther from the city. If it were possible to move this property near to where I live, the taxes would be nearly twice, Joseph!

  7. Barbara VBarbara V says: 320 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1800 cottage
    Upstate, NY

    What a gorgeous setting for this classic New England farmhouse, with wonderful outbuildings and its huge central chimney serving multiple fireplaces. I, too, would love to have seen it in its original state, flaws and all…

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  8. AvatarCate says: 161 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Milwaukee, WI

    Excellent drone video, Kelly! It really gives you a true sense of the whole property, and views of a few things not shown in the pictures.
    All that’s needed are some chickens mulling about. dream on . . .

  9. AvatarFG says: 93 comments

    You better watch old for wild Nauga’s lurking in this part of the country, they could be in the woods or the barn….

  10. AvatarMazamaGrammy says: 366 comments

    Too cool for school! Were I younger, I’d grab it in a minute! Taxes seem very reasonable to me for a property this size.

  11. AvatarAnnabelle says: 123 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1988 Log Home
    Cross, SC

    Adore those big kitchen fireplaces and steep stairs that you find in the old old houses. Wasn’t there an old Federal a year or so ago that had the kitchen in the basement? That was great!

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