Period Cape-style home c.1795, former residence of David Talcott, on .69 acre lot, exudes warmth, charm & timeless authenticity. It is located in a picturesque setting overlooking the Historic Hubbard Green. Details include wide plank wood flooring throughout, authentic hardware, wainscoting, numerous crafted built-ins, exposed timber beams, brownstone entry steps, Fieldstone & brick foundation. Excellent layout, 1993 square feet, 1st floor offers six spacious rooms : Eat-in Kitchen w/ stainless appliances and Farmer's sink, Formal Dining Room w/fireplace, rustic Keeping Room w/ Rumford fireplace as a sparkling focal point, Office w/ fireplace, very special Great Room w/ Loft, 1st floor Bedroom, Full bath w/claw tub, 1st floor laundry... 2nd level offers 3 bedrooms & Full bath. Private rear yard w/distinctive stone patio & Pergola, yard is chock-full of seasonal perennials & plantings. Year 2011 new oil boiler to heat main level, Electric heat for 2nd level, Natural Gas Hot water heater, whole House Fan. Exterior of house recently painted, Roof replaced year 2007. Two-Car Detached Garage/Barn. Buttonball school district. This home is not subject to any historic district restrictions. Much sought after location ! Easy access for commuting with very close proximity to Glastonbury town center!