1069 Tryon Street, Glastonbury, CT. If you yearn to own a piece of Glastonbury's rich history, crave charm, appreciate living with peace and serenity, while being a stone's throw from quaint South Glastonbury center, this home might be for you. Built in 1780 by Noah Tryon, & nestled at the corner of Old Maids Lane & Tryon Street, directly across the street from our majestic Connecticut River, this beauty has a fascinating history, aptly described in the Article attached to this listing. A center chimney services several fireplaces, including a Franklin stove & a working, original bee-hive oven, with warming cubbies, at the heart of this home. Stunning American Chestnut flooring in the living room, & a perfect blend of newer & reclaimed materials enhances the decor, fitting for a home of this stature. New Renai propane hot water tank; new Gould well pump; new pressure treated 33' by 18" cedar deck; new roof; pergola with antique chestnut top beams; renovated bathrooms & more (a complete list of improvements performed by current owners is attached). And there's more: enter the side entrance of the barn, up the staircase to a special, versatile space, perfectly positioned for a private in home office, home gym, or bonus area for teens, complete with a handy full bath. You choose the perfect purpose and use your imagination; in this difficult time we all deserve a place to get away and yet still be home. A wonderful antique home, on a beautiful piece of property, located in a bucolic setting, awaits you.
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