Come visit 23 Tunxis Street in Historic Farmington Village, a one-of-a-kind renovated antique home, featured in the 2013 Friends of Farmington Library Garden Tour. This New England colonial home is impeccable maintained and perfectly updated, and boasts of pretty manicured gardens, a fabulous multi-level deck, a refreshing and inviting in-ground pool, a shed, and full fencing. This 4 bedroom, 2.1 baths, home has been transformed over the past 11 years -- among many updates: pool pump and filter (2018), converted 3 season porch to living space (2012), connected to natural gas (2012), 12x12 storage shed (2011), 16x32 in-ground pool (2010), remodeled kitchen (2008), 5 zone sprinkler (2008), exterior paint (15 year life-span) (2008), two story addition of living room and master bedroom suite (2007), updated electric to underground 200 amp service (2007), roof (2007), doors and windows (2007), Hardi Plank fiber cement board siding (2007), Azek PVC trim (2007), 2 zone AC (2007), 500 square foot multi-level deck (1997). And 23 Tunxis Street is close to everything -- Hill-Stead Museum, Stanley Whitman Museum, Yale Peabody Library, Barney Library, Farmington River, Rails to Trails, Tunxis Mead Recreational Facility, UCONN, stores, restaurants, and highways. Perfect home in a wonderful location!