Pearce Real Estate
Wojtek Borowski, Pearce Real EstatePhone: (203) 606-9898
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Single FamilyFor Sale
$650,000
34 Averill Place
Branford, CT 06405
Courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence WD
MLS: Smart MLS
7Beds
2Full1Half Baths
3,834Sq Ft
Est. Mortgage
$3,455/mo

One of the most sought-after streets that is steeped in early Branford history. The original owner was Dr. George Evans who bought the lot from Henry Averill in 1905 and built a stately home complete with in-law suite that once served as Dr. Evans office. Dr. Evans was an osteopathic physician that served residences of Branford for many years. This one-of-a-kind home is a Colonial Revival style designed in an effort to look back to the Federal & Georgian architecture of America's founding period for design inspiration. The contractor of the home was Richard Bradley and the architects were Foote & Townsend. This beautiful home sits on .62 acres and includes your two story, 2700 sqft carriage barn that was built to withstand another 200 years. The carriage barn once held Dr. Evans "Horse-less" carriages You simply don't see buildings constructed in this fashion anymore The home exudes character and charm, inviting residents to step back in time For those who apricate Grandeur. Every aspect of this home whispers tales of days gone by While the home boasts grandeur & historical significance, it is in need of some tender loving care to restore it to its former glory. With its spacious layout, architectural features and historic detail, including sweeping staircase, hardwood floors and polished wood trim, room-dividing interior pillar, dentition molding, wainscoting and pocket doors an exciting opportunity for restoration enthusiasts or those seeking to preserve a piece of history

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