1872 Second Empire Victorian Asks $1.35M in East Hampton, Connecticut

1872 Second Empire Victorian Asks $1.35M in East Hampton, Connecticut

$1,350,000 | Built 1872 | 5,041 Sq. Ft. | 8 Beds | 5.5 Baths | 2.62 Acres
26 Barton Hill Road, East Hampton, Connecticut, United States, 06424

This beautiful Second Empire Victorian home located in East Hampton, Connecticut was built in 1872 by Philo Bevin, the home stayed in the Bevin family until 1971. In 2015, the current owners purchased the property for $300,000 before embarking on a major restoration of the house and turning it into a stunning Bed & Breakfast called The Bevin House. A true Victorian mansion containing 15 rooms, including a library with over 1,200 books, parlour and music room, sitting room, formal dining room, kitchen, 8 bedrooms and wraparound porch. Enjoy your breakfast in the elegant formal dining room or sit outside on the spacious wraparound porch overlooking the pool and the three-storey 3,700 square foot barn. 

After savouring your breakfast, get lost in nature while strolling about the landscaped 2.62 acre grounds. The improvements undertaken by the current owner are almost too many to name but some of the biggest improvements include an updated heating system, generator, hot water tank, new bathrooms and a new roof for the barn. The home is on the market for $1.35 million with Jack Pragosa of Agnelli Real Estate. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.

 





















Facebook Comments