34 South Street, Litchfield, CT. Located at the top of iconic South Street and within walking distance to the town Green, this Litchfield landmark allows you to be part of local history. The Ozias Seymour house was built in 1806 by one of the oldest and most influential families in Litchfield history. It was extensively renovated by the current owner who is very committed to preserving the historic details of the home while addressing the needs of modern living. Updates include a completely remodeled kitchen with chef's island, professional appliances, banquette, pantry space, fireplace and seating. The lower level of the home was transformed into a mudroom suitable for the most active lifestyles, an exercise room, and a custom wine cellar. There are five en suite bedrooms on the upper floors, all designed with impeccable taste and standards. The home boasts an expansive great room for comfortable living, as well as elegant formal spaces for entertaining guests. The wide board flooring and millwork in this home is extraordinary. Every bathroom has Waterworks fixtures and marble countertops. All systems have been updated: heating, electric, air conditioning and security. There is a fully fenced, flat yard as well as a wrap around covered porch and patio space for outside entertaining. An extraordinary amount of effort, planning and skill went into restoring this impeccable residence.
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