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Colonial cottage with curb appeal wants $995K

Located in the heart of downtown Greenwich

Two-story white clapboard Colonial style home with front porch, dark shutters, and small yard out front.
The home was built in 1895 and has since been updated.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Greenwich, Connecticut

Price: $995,000

A cute-as-a-button cottage is on the market in Greenwich, Connecticut. Built in 1895, the 1,524-square-footer boasts many original details like hardwood floors and millwork on windows, door frames, and throughways, combined with updates in the kitchen and bathrooms, of which there are three.

Approaching the Colonial-style home, one is greeted by an inviting front porch, a front door with sidelights, and two large windows with dark shutters. Inside, the generous proportions are flowing with great natural light, as in the spacious living room with wood-burning stove, followed by formal dining, then a large, modern eat-in kitchen. There’s also a family room and partial bath on the main level.

A staircase off the foyer leads to the master suite, also with a wood-burning stove, walk-in closet, and master, plus two additional bedrooms and a partial bath. The bedrooms feature rustic wide-plank flooring and sloped ceilings. Located at 7 Lawrence Street in the heart of downtown Greenwich, it’s offered at $995,000.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty