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For Sale: Oxford House Built in 1769

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Weston Ulbrich | | February 27, 2020

Erected around 1769, is an Oxford, Connecticut, home sitting on 5 acres. The property features three bedrooms, two bathrooms and five fireplaces. 1,980 square feet of living space includes on outdoor summer kitchen. The colonial-era dwelling is on the market for $420,000; the listing agent is Sabra Sarandrea with William Raveis Real Estate:

Address: 357 Chestnut Tree Hill Rd, Oxford, CT

Price: $420,000

Square feet: 1,980

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2

Listing Description: Featured in a few Historical society books, here’s an opportunity to own a piece of history! This property has been well loved through the ages! Sitting on 5 partially cleared acres with a pond, the home is nestled across from the reservoir. This allows for hiking, bass fishing and kayaking to name a few if you have a love for the outdoors right at your doorstep. Privacy and space all wrapped up in one is what this property provides! Laundry area, bath with standup shower and plenty of space for entertaining are on the main level. There are multiple living rooms and a summer kitchen that adds about 400 sqft, with beautiful cabinetry and large pantry. With a total of 5 fireplaces in this home and gas heat, winters are sure to be toasty! Upstairs you’ll find 3 bedrooms and a full bath. New furnace in 2020, 2017-2018 new roof with leaf guard gutters as well! Close to shopping, highways and amazing food – it’s truly a gem to be seen! Come own a piece of Oxford history!

This home is on the market for $420,000 on The listing agent is Sabra Sarandrea with William Raveis Real Estate.