DURHAM — Does the house of your dreams have that rustic feel? You might be interested in a converted hay barn, located at 344 Haddam Quarter Road.
This 4,062-square-foot multifamily home was built in 1940 as part of the neighboring farm. Updates made throughout the years since it was converted into a multigenerational living space in the 1980s include an open floor plan with modern conveniences, stainless steel appliances, forced air, electric, oil, central air, wall unit(s), ceiling fan(s), hardwood floors, deck areas and two attached garage spaces.
The main part of the house on the property contains four bedrooms; four bathrooms; charming, exposed post and beam finishings; a large island that seats four; a possible office space and play room; and a private screened-in deck.
There is convenient access to the in-law suite with its own separate entryway and a private screened-in deck as well. The space includes two bedrooms, two full baths, a spacious loft and skylights.
Enjoy the abundant amount of outdoor space and the beautiful views of the farmland in the distance and sunsets from one of the many decks.
The property has been on the market for 80 days and is now going for $545,000 at $134 a square foot. The yearly taxes for the property are $10,355.
The last time it was sold was on April 1, 2021, for $480,000.