Academy Hill Historic District (Stratford, CT)
By Mary Beth Grasso
(Keller Williams Realty)
This antique colonial style home is character filled and an historic landmark in town. The Nancy Judson Homestead, originally located at the current Stratford Public Library location was moved to where it sits now... in 1883. Can you imagine that? They didn't just build a new home or homestead, they moved it to where they wanted it! The special features that they loved and were new to them during their lives, many are still present. You have two staircases, fireplaces, wide board flooring, a finished 3rd floor, terrific outdoor space for entertaining, beautiful landscaping and even a brand new gas furnace! This home is conveniently located near fabulous restaurants, downtown Stratford and also, a short walk to the train to NYC!
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By Tom Braunagel
(Keller Williams Realty)
Stratford antique colonials in pristine condition are a rare find in Stratford, let alone found in the desirable Academy Hill Historic District.  I found one and is for sale.... Located just two short walking blocks from Academy Hill Square Shopping Center and just 3 blocks from the Stratford Metro North train station.  This Stratford antique colonial is rich in history and put in a location that's suitable for a professional family who wants access to major highways (about 1/2 mile to the entrance of Interstate 95) or the metro north train station to access NYC in just over an hour.  More still, walk 2.5 blocks east on broad street and experience the activity and excitement of the Housatonic river or dine-out water side at the local seafood restaurant Outriggers... an experience sure t...
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