Welcome to Butternut Farm -Locally Referred to as the "Johnathan Hale House" Circa 1720. Built by Johnathan Hale, a Member of One of Colonial Era Glastonbury’s Most Important Families, this home is acknowledged to be the richest of all the “Hale Homesteads” in terms of historical detail-some of which has survived for 300 Years and is recognized as One of the Most Significant Examples of Pre-Revolution Architecture to be Found in Glastonbury and Beyond! During a Tenure of 60 Years of Ownership the Current Owner Lovingly with Great Knowledge, Pride, Care, and Attention to Detail Restored A Long List of Features Such as Original Wide Brick Fireplaces, Pumpkin-Pine Wide Board Flooring, and Plank Wall Interior Partitions! A Perfect Mix of Restoration AND Preservation This Home Maintains Such Other Key Significant features as an array of Exquisitely Crafted Raised Paneling and Wainscoting, Unique Cornice Detail, Varied Trim/Moulding, and is presented with Eight Working Fireplaces! Offering A Main House of Over 4000 SF Consisting of 15 Rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Formal And Informal Gathering Rooms, and 5 Bedrooms which were Arranged and Operated for Decades as A Well-Respected Bed and Breakfast the Butternut Farms Property Sits on Tree Ringed Fully Usable 1.1 Acre Homesite with An Array of Landscaping and Gardening Areas! PLUS, a historically Significant 31’ x 59’ Two Story Post and Beam Barn with Self Contained Apartment Quarters as well as an array of space for the keeping animals!
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