This delightful Center Hall Colonial in Stonington Borough, known as the Dudley Palmer House, was built in 1790 by Captain Elijah Palmer for his son, Dudley. Today this well preserved home, with separate guesthouse, retains its original historic charm with tasteful modernization. The gorgeous wide plank wood floors, stone fireplaces, beautiful wooden doors, cedar/copper roofs, and copper gutters reflect quality craftmanship and preservation. The main floor has a wonderful circular flow with large sunlit rooms. A mudroom with cathedral ceiling and beams opens into a galley kitchen with granite countertops and new appliances. The dining room and living room lead into the family room with a fabulous fieldstone fireplace. A library with built in bookshelves and half bath/ laundry room. Upstairs there are three large bright bedrooms with two charming full baths. The third floor will amaze you with its high ceiling, large open space with original colonial wood beams, wood floors and exposed brick chimney, full bath, windows and skylights. The guesthouse (372 sq.ft.) across the courtyard from main house, has separate entrance with a large open room, plenty of windows, loft space, renovated full bath and breakfast bar. The entire property has lovely gardens and a private patio. Big storage area under guesthouse. Easy walk to library, beach, recreational facilities, as well as restaurants/shopping. Enjoy summer of 2021 in this special renovated and air conditioned antique home.
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