ON THE MARKET: A historic colonial built by the Hall family in 1910 in Wallingford

ON THE MARKET: A historic colonial built by the Hall family in 1910 in Wallingford



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WALLINGFORD — A historic colonial built in 1910 by the Hall family is on the market for $479,900 and is also available for lease.

The Hall family owned the largest chicken hatchery on the East Coast and built the 3,481 square-foot family home on 1.14 acres at 180 Cook Hill Road. 

”It’s a historic property,” said listing agent Jeffrey Petersen of Century 21 AllPoints Realty. “The character has definitely been preserved, and the charm.”

On the first floor, there’s a fireplace in the living room, a formal dining room, and a large eat-in kitchen with French doors leading out to the deck.

The first floor also has a half bathroom, and a great room with cathedral ceilings and a fieldstone fireplace.

The upstairs features a large master bedroom suite, walk-in closet, and French doors that lead out to a covered balcony with views of the grounds. There are two additional bedrooms, one with a walk-in closet and another with a full bathroom. The third level features two more bedrooms, a third full bathroom and a large unfinished room for storage.

The home recently underwent major upgrades to the floors, roof and boiler.

The grounds feature an in-ground pool, two-car garage, and a driveway that wraps around a large barn.

The home is available to rent for $3,300 per month. For more information contact Petersen at 860-670-0548

mgodin@record-journal.com

203-317-2255

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