WALLINGFORD — A Greek revival style home on North Main Street built in 1846 has been updated with modern comforts but retains the warmth of an old house, according to the listing agent.
The four bedroom home, at 443 N. Main St. near the Choate Rosemary Hall campus, is on the market for $499,900. An open house is scheduled Saturday from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.
”It’s beautiful inside and out,” said Megan Foggitt, of Harriman Real Estate, who listed the property with her sister Mikell Germond. “It’s an older home that’s been updated but still has its character.”
According to Foggitt, the current owner bought the property in 2015. Since then, she’s made upgrades inside and outside the home.
The home features hardwood floors and crown molding throughout. The living room has a fireplace, built-in cabinets, and access to a side porch.
The dining room has a corner cupboard, chair rail and a library with a detailed bookcase and wainscoting.
The kitchen has been remodeled with granite countertops, cathedral ceilings, skylights and a wall of windows. There is a high-end gas cooktop and double ovens.
The third-floor master bedroom also features skylights, built-ins, and an oversized bathroom. The second floor has a small study. A back staircase, new gas furnace, new roof, new windows, central air, and security system are additional highlights.
The exterior has also undergone some cosmetic improvements, Foggitt said. There is a back porch overlooking the private yard.
The neighborhood is established and within walking distance of shops and restaurants.
For more information contact CT Property Sisters with Harriman Real Estate at 203-214-3053.