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SHELDON TAVERN IS ONE OF THE MOST HISTORIC HOUSES IN CONNECTICUT.

  • Bedrooms6 Beds
  • Bathrooms5 Baths
  • Half Bathrooms1 Half Ba
  • Square Feet7,242.00 Sq. Ft.
  • Acreage6.55 Acres

George Washington really slept here!!  Sheldon Tavern built in 1760 is one of the most historic houses in all of Connecticut named after the original builder, Thomas Sheldon.  This three-story mansard roof Colonial is most important in establishing Litchfield's early Colonial architecture.  It has 17 rooms -- 6 bedrooms and 5-½ baths, 7 fireplaces, 2 formal dining rooms, eat-in kitchen, 2 family rooms, and front parlor and library.  Large open two-story rear porch overlooking the backyard which includes guesthouse, in-ground pool with cabana, and tennis court all on 6.55 acres in the heart of the Litchfield Historic District.

Represented By: E.J. Murphy Realty, LLC

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