SOLD | Built c.1895 | 3,435 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 3.5+ Baths | 0.44 Acres
An Eastern Point gem, this year-round traditional cedar shingle home with wraparound porches has sold for $750,000 in Groton, Connecticut. The property first listed in 2010 for $1.2 million and was most recently on the market for $760,000. Built in 1895 and sitting on a 0.44 acre waterfront property, The National Register of Historic Places states that 213 Shore Avenue is probably the finest shingle style house in the district. Enjoy 180-degrees of waterfront and views of the Long Island Sound. Plenty of room for family gatherings with 4 bedrooms and 3 full and 2 half baths! Entertain in the bright, open kitchen with custom cabinets, a glass panelled butler’s pantry and center island with granite counters.
Stunning formal dining room with custom wainscoting leads into a spectacular living room with corner fireplace looking out onto the mouth of the Thames River. The family room area has a built-in window seat and stained glass. Enjoy your morning coffee in the cozy sitting area in the master bedroom overlooking the water. Finished third floor offers endless possibilities, current owner is using it as four additional bedrooms. Beautiful architectural details inside and out. The sweeping waterfront lawn has lovely gardens and the property also offers a mooring for boaters. It had been on the market for $760,000 with Tony Walstra of Sotheby’s International Realty.