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(The Thankful Arnold House, Haddam, Connecticut c. 1794) One of my weekly rituals is to check out the latest antique property posted on Historic Buildings of Connecticut. It's a site that features old Connecticut architecture with a photo and short history of a particular house, church or public...
Posted about 5 years ago
The William Sessions House $999,000 54 Bellevue Avenue, Bristol, CT Property Details: Circa: 1909 Style: Brownstone Mansion Type: Single Family Residential Rooms: 20 Bedrooms: 7 Baths: 4 full Sq. Feet: 11,364 plus 2,000 additional on lower level Acreage: 1.7 Est. Taxes: $19,710 Heating: WAIR MLS#...
Posted about 5 years ago
FOR SALE Comstock Ferre Complex243-263 Main Street, WethersfieldComstock Ferre is possibly the oldest continuously operating seed company in the nation. It was established in 1820 by James Lockwood Belden as the Wethersfield Seed Company. In addition to its main building, fronting on Wethersfiel...
Posted about 5 years ago
The Inn at Woodstock Hill, Woodstock, Connecticut It's a winter weekend in Connecticut. And it's January. It's absolutely bone chilling outside, despite the bright sun, and I'm already longing for spring. Not ones to spend the entire weekend hanging around the house in our sweatpants, my husband ...
Posted about 5 years ago
(Quinebaug River, Lisbon, Connecticut) In Connecticut's northeast corner, also known as the "Quiet Corner" to those that live there, lies "The Last Green Valley". The Quinebaug and Shetucket Rivers Valley or northeastern Connecticut and south-central Massachusetts has been called "The Last Green ...
Posted about 5 years ago
Main Street, Bristol Connecticut around 1910 The great city of Bristol, Connecticut and it's crowning jewel, Federal Hill. Incredible architecture every way one turns. Originally an agricultural village, Bristol boomed in the mid-1800s with the rise of manufacturing companies, most prominent amon...
Posted over 5 years ago
Main Street, Bristol Connecticut around 1910 The great city of Bristol, Connecticut and it's crowning jewel, Federal Hill. Incredible architecture every way one turns. Originally an agricultural village, Bristol boomed in the mid-1800s with the rise of manufacturing companies, most prominent amon...
Posted over 5 years ago
Main Street, Bristol Connecticut around 1910 The great city of Bristol, Connecticut and it's crowning jewel, Federal Hill. Incredible architecture every way one turns. Originally an agricultural village, Bristol boomed in the mid-1800s with the rise of manufacturing companies, most prominent amon...
Posted over 5 years ago
(Christmas in Connecticut directed by Peter Godfrey 1945) There's a famous old film (1945) called Christmas in Connecticut starring Barbara Stanwyck. In it she plays a well known writer pretending to live a bucolic life in an old house in Connecticut where she spends her days cooking for her fami...
Posted over 5 years ago
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