c. 1790 – Sherman, CT

Added to OHD on 10/9/19   -   Last OHD Update: 7/1/20   -   9 Comments
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68 Route 55 W, Sherman, CT 06784

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  • $159,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 1454 Sq Ft
  • 1.72 Ac.
Opportunity awaits in this charming 1790 antique Sherman home with separate 2-car garage and separate artists studio attached to the 1-car garage. 3 large fireplaces & hardwood floors throughout. Beautiful park-like grounds complete with a brook and a small pond. The unique walkways & patios offer a relaxed feeling of elegance. Beautiful covered patio leads to side entrance. Screened porch off of the kitchen for relaxing morning coffee. Please note that you can view the studio w/garage and the detached garage only if your buyer is interested in submitting an offer. This property is just 4 miles from Metro North train station and is being sold AS IS.
Contact Information
Paula Bachman, Property Choices Real Estate
(203) 767-0432
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9 Comments on c. 1790 – Sherman, CT

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  1. JonJon says: 113 comments
    TN

    Hokey smokes, Bullwinkle!

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  2. BethanyBethany says: 3450 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    What a lovely property! Those autumn pictures are really gorgeous as I sit here in annoyingly hot, sunny SoCal.

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  3. RosewaterRosewater says: 7177 comments
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    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    Thanks’ to dwr7292 for posting this great little cape in last week’s share!

    This is how I love to see these early American houses = plenty worn and authentic. The ones that have been “restored” to within an inch of their lives – to me – are generally less interesting. I love the old and the new here and would myself change very little.

    Super comfy! Rad spot too. Nice!

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    • BoobtubeBoobtube says: 298 comments
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      1984 Post and Beam saltbox
      NY

      I agree partially. Many of these early homes have little or no insulation, wiring is substandard(downright dangerous) and plumbing, not much better. So you do have to do some wall tearing and while you’re doing that, you say, “I might as well fix it up right when I put it back together”. Maintaining a 150 year old look isn’t always practical.

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      • Barbara VBarbara V says: 1203 comments
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        1800 cottage
        Upstate, NY

        Fortunately for this great old house and most others, the concerns you mention can be addressed without ripping out walls and losing the “150 year old look” – as a number of OHDers can attest, myself included… : )

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  4. Laura1888Laura1888 says: 20 comments
    1888 Colonial
    Cornwall on Hudson, NY

    Such a happy feeling I get from looking at this property! Love it!❤️

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  5. KarenBKarenB says: 321 comments
    1885 KY farm center chimney cape style
    KY

    NO a big NO! You could not blast me out with dynamite if i lived in this beautiful setting and cozy house!

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  6. handmaidnhandmaidn says: 49 comments
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    1790s Federal
    Alpharetta, GA

    Beautiful property! Good photos here make a difference. We have purchased an 18th c home about 800 miles from us based on pix listed on this site. I would strongly suggest all realtors take the time to walk through a house and take pictures of each room, including things like fireplaces, cabinets, etc. This home looks like it has tremendous charm, history and potential. I would love to see a more deliberate photographic inventory of this home.

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