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Reputed to be Danbury's oldest house. Originally constructed on this site in 1690 by the Crofut family, among Danbury's early settlers. Most furnishings included. Spanish American War Hero, Admiral Frances Dickens, called it home, "The Moorings". Established FULL ACRE site with a nice big, safe rear yard, borderline woods, and circular drive. One-of-a-kind antique allure with ancient chestnut, hand hewn beams and authentic hand sawn wide chestnut floors. Two fireplaces, wood stove, & sizable storage shed. Additions have generous sized rooms. 3 BRS, 1.5 BTHS, over 2,000 usable SF. Imagine 1777 General Wooster and his militia passing here in hot pursuit of the retreating British Army, post their burning of Danbury. If only these walls could talk!

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Listed by Paul Valeri of Paul Valeri, Realtors

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