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The Deacon Turner House Built in 1849. A stunningly impressive Greek Revival Antique steeped in character, charm and a rich history overlooking the Willington Green! Many special features! Designed by architect Augustus Treusdel of Coventry and built in 1849 for Deacon John Turner by Emery Williams a well known local builder along with John Merrick, Joseph Clark and Anson Williams. This antique home features a grand foyer with a mahogany stair rail, high ceilings and huge rooms with original oak, pine, maple and wide board wood floors. A screened in sun porch and many vintage custom built in shelves, wide trim and mantels. Lots of closets and storage areas including walk in bedroom closets, a walk in cedar closet and a walk up attic. There are 4 upper bedrooms and a possible first floor 5th bedroom next to the library. Open and flat, sunny corner lot with lots of garden spaces. Walk in storage shed attached to the main house. Many updates in this very spacious and special home. Recently updated baths! A truly unique and stunning home! Minutes to UCONN and I84. Move right in!!!
Listed by Deb Chabot of RE/MAX Destination

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