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1795 farmhouse on over 12 acres asks $2.85M

Large traditional farmhouse estate with multiple buildings all painted dark red among verdant acres.
The 1795 homestead has been lovingly restored.
Photos via Zillow

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Location: Washington, Connecticut

Price: $2,850,000

An impeccably restored 1795 farmhouse estate has come on the market in Washington, Connecticut, and it’s quite the charmer. Set on over 12 verdant acres, the 3,370-square-foot home features seven bedrooms, four bathrooms, and several common areas.

What distinguishes this property are the gorgeous period details and paintwork, which include original wide-plank floorboards, multiple fireplaces, and wood trim. Each space boasts a different color scheme (as in this Georgian Colonial in New York): pale yellow in the main reception room, turquoise in the sitting room, red in the dining room, teal in the kitchen, and similar hues in each of the spacious bedrooms.

A deep, traditional red makes up the facade of the homestead, which includes outbuildings, a pond, heritage orchard, stone walls, and expansive pastures. Located at 34 Potash Hill Road—with views from every window—the property is offered at $2.85 million.

Via: William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty