Welcome to the John Wadsworth Family Home-Farmstead, circa 1660s, a Farmington landmark, owned & lovingly cared for by the Wadsworth family for approximately 350 years. Go back in time as you step onto the stunning wrap-around front porch. Enter the foyer & wander into grand dining room w/ a lovely fireplace, bay window, floor to ceiling windows, & exquisite trim work -- perfect for magnificent dinner party. Enter the elegant parlor w/ floor to ceiling windows, pretty trim work, & beautiful views of the porch & property. Open the hardwood pocket-doors to the office & den, which lead to the family room, featuring a fireplace, & access to the kitchen, breakfast area & enclosed porch.
Take the stately stairway to the 2nd floor where you will be wowed by the 2 front bedrooms, both w/ wide wood plank floors & breath-taking Barrel ceilings. And explore the other 4 bedrooms. Don't miss the property, & its stone walk-ways & patio, wishing well, wagon shed, Black Smith shop & the "new building" (circa 1865). Note this land LIKELY CAN BE SUBDIVIDED. The potential build-able lot, & the home, are NOT IN THE HISTORIC DISTRICT, & can exit on Colton Street (see easement). If time permits explore Historic Farmington Village - Hill-Stead Museum, Stanley-Whitman House, Barney Library, Yale University's Lewis Walpole library, Historic Society, Farmington River, bike path. 107 Main Street, in Historic Farmington Village, a one-of-a-kind historic treasure! See addendum for more info.