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  • Writer's pictureMeredith Adhate

Antique New Haven Charm

Sticking on my theme from a few days ago, I decided to take a look at some of the awesome antique properties currently on the market in New Haven county. Like any other type of home, prices can vary wildly due to the condition of the property. Some antique homes need a lot of restoring and updating (you may have seen Fixer Upper and get my gist) and others are completely move-in ready (and often gorgeous). Here are a few shots from some area listings that happened to catch my eye and may catch yours, too.

Branford, Built in 1890

Hand carved bar

$1,375,000, listed by William Pitt Sotheby’s Int’l

Cheshire, built in 1840

$359,900 listed by Berkshire Hathaway

New Haven, built in 1892

These beautifully painted homes are referred to as “painted ladies”

Awesome shaped vaulted ceiling

$449,900 listed by Seabury Hill Realtors

New Haven, built in 1895

Classic and unique window and door details

$770,000 listed by Pearce Real Estate

North Haven, built in 1790

Original wide plank floors $279,900 listed by Press/Cuozzo Realtors

This is just a sampling of the antique homes available in the area. In the past year and a half, I’ve actually sold two antique homes – one in North Haven built in 1740, and the other in Wallingford, built in 1760 (one of or possibly THE oldest home still standing in town!) Some of these homes have awesome potential and are just waiting for an antique home lover to get involved.

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