Superb, 1770 cottage in the heart of charming Colebrook. the second oldest house in the village with amazing barns and original details, Clapboard exterior and plaster walls. 3 fireplaces and a large Vermont wood-burning stove. Original windows with early glass screened in porch and a stone patio, 2 updated bathroom’s and a hidden play room upstairs, 2 barns and an original ice house that served the village in the 1700’s. Stunning original metal shingle roof, barn floors restored with rough cut lumber from property, the largest 25 x 58 with souring ceilings and a summer sleep-over den. property lines follow the stone wall with two large, flat, fields for games and picnics or add a pool. Close to Great Barrington, Butternut Ski resort, and route 8 for quicker access to New York in two +/- hours. Close to Norfolk and Yale School of Art and Music and Infinity hall. A rare find and a must-see!

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Overview

  • NeighborhoodNorth Colebrook
  • StyleAntique, Saltbox
  • Year Built1770
  • Lot Acres3.56
  • RoofingAsphalt Shingle

    Rooms

    • Bedrooms5
    • BasementUnfinished

    Features

    • ExteriorBarn, Fruit Trees, Garden Area, Porch, Porch- Enclosed, Shed, Stone Wall
    • Security
    • Floor Coverings

    Schools

    • ElementaryColebrook Consolidated
    • HighRegion 7

    Residential Info

    Property Details


    Location: 667 Colebrook Road, Colebrook, Connecticut 06021