179 Kent Cornwall Road, Kent, CTProperty Details:
Style: Saltbox Colonial
Type: Single Family Residential
Baths: 1 full/1 half
Sq. Feet: 2,862
Est. Taxes: $6,231
Agent: Chris Garrity
David Bain Real Estate860- 364-4646
Built during the settling of Kent and deeded as the oldest house in town, The Daniel Comstock Homestead c. 1739 sits atop a hill in the Flanders Historic District with panoramic views of the Litchfield Hills. The home features original wide board floors, wood paneling, four fireplaces including the keeping room hearth and beehive oven, hand-hewn beams, and corner cupboards. The saltbox great room addition is bright and airy and in keeping with the rest of the house includes antique barn board floors, traditional windows, exposed beams and stone fireplace - all blending with the modern amenities of a vaulted ceiling, stainless steel kitchen, loft space and security system. Set on one acre and surrounded by mature trees and stone walls, this home is just minutes to restaurants and art galleries in picturesque Kent Village, Appalachian Trail, Kent Falls State Park, and Lake Waramaug. Fifteen minutes from the Harlem Valley-Wingdale Metro North Station. Perfect weekend home or primary residence.
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