118 South Street, Litchfield, CT. Located on South Street, a neighborhood of iconic Colonial Revival homes, this Litchfield landmark allows you to be part of local history. Originally built in 1800, the Huntington-Andrews house was occupied by Judge Charles B. Andrews who later became both Governor and Chief Justice of Connecticut, the only person to hold the State's two highest offices. The home was renovated by the current owner who is committed to preserving historic details while addressing the needs of modern living. Major kitchen renovation includes Vermont crafted cabinetry, large working island, high end appliances - a true chef's kitchen. The upper floor includes five bedrooms and period details such as a claw foot tub, hardwood floors, moldings and bay windows. The home boasts a grand central hallway, elegant formal spaces for entertaining guests and a family room with access to enclosed porch and professionally landscaped outdoor living spaces. Many updates include: heating system with radiant heat in kitchen floor, electric, and replacement of older pipes. Very desirable location among iconic Litchfield residences. Walk to restaurants, shopping, Litchfield Green, library and White Memorial trailhead. There is an additional Borough tax. House in historic district.
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