1922 Masonic Temple in Wethersfield, CT

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Details below are from April 2020, sold status has not been verified.
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Added to OHD on 4/9/20   -   Last OHD Update: 3/20/21   -   5 Comments

245 Main St, Wethersfield, CT 06109

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  • $449,000
  • 5600 Sq Ft
  • 0.26 Ac.
Great opportunity to make your home or bring your business to charming Old Wethersfield. Very desirable two-story, 1922 brick building at 245 Main Street, located at the very popular corner of Main Street and Church Street. Property falls in the Towns Village Business (VB) zoning district, which is fairly broad in its allowance of residential, commercial, office and mixed uses. Impressive 1920's brick structure, interior completely empty and ready for re-development, allowing lots of possibilities. Planning & Zoning approval not required for a single family home. Front of building, with a distinguished American sycamore tree faces the east, receiving a large amount of natural and direct light and the backyard faces west which can be used later into the evening. Formerly know as the historic Masonic Temple building. Historic Village atmosphere. Two story building with 2800 square feet on each floor. Re-development has to conform with the Historic District Commission uses. Possible tax incentives available. Think out of the box, make something great happen here!
Contact Information
Annie Dillon, Keller Williams Realty
(860) 313-0700
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5 Comments on 1922 Masonic Temple in Wethersfield, CT

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  1. Ugh. What did they do to it???

  2. DianeEGDianeEG says: 585 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1896 Farmhouse W/Swedish roots
    Rural, IL

    Masonic halls are usually beautifully fitted out with lots of unpainted wood and a sense of dignity. Wonder what happened to this poor building.

  3. OurPhillyRowOurPhillyRow says: 134 comments
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    1852 Greek Revival Rowhouse
    Philadelphia, PA

    The interior is a bit of a shocker. I guess it is a clean slate, but I can only imagine what was once there.

  4. dianerosebirdsalldianerosebirdsall says: 4 comments
    1913 Adobe
    Marfa, TX

    I took tap- dancing here in 1958 on the top floor it was Mary Jane Turners dance studio. This is steps away from the old seed company Comstock & Ferry and on the other side the famous Webb House and other historic homes open to the public. Would make a fabulous open -plan home. Wethersfield seems to be selling its once non-profit historical properties.

  5. DJZDJZ says: 198 comments
    1947 cape cod
    Glen Burnie, MD

    What happened to the interior??? This made my heart drop with a gutted interior. I would’ve been fine with painted interior, but not gutted. Masonic temples usually have rather beautifully fitted interiors and ceiling and theres not even a hint as to the grandeur this place once had, sad really.


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