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Located as Rt. 149 converges with a majestic view of the Connecticut River, the Elijah Attwood House, graces the east side of historic Main Street in East Haddam to the north, with the Goodspeed Opera house at the East Haddam / Haddam bridge beginning Main Street to the south. Featuring two unusual Rumford fireplaces, this charming home had many interesting details. The main staircase and upper hallway and bedrooms feature French fabric lined wall covering. Visitors should watch for the ivory diamond button at the bottom of the banister, denoting a paid-in-full mortgage. Built in three stages, the rear ell of the house dates back as the first house on the lot, built by James Doney, circa. 1752, which was enlarged by Capt. Elijah Attwood in 1770. The main house, of Greek Revival Style, with its hipped roof and fully exposed basement, was built about 1842 by Oliver Osborn. The house has 8 rooms, 3 bedrooms as well as 2 full and 1 half bath. The home has a lovely dining room and library / music room. The exterior features a wonderful stone patio off the dining room, perennial garden galore, Wisteria and Hydrangea bushes and peach tree. The upper garden to the rear of the property features many perennial plantings. There are views of the Connecticut River including from the front porch and the Master Bedroom with the best view of the River from the upper garden.
Listed by Dean P Markham of Berkshire Hathaway NE Prop.

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