Listing Courtesy of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
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This is an outstanding piece of American history! Built in 1781, this amazing home figured prominently during both the American Revolution and the abolitionist periods. Elisha Bostwick, the first owner, was an American patriot who crossed the Delaware River together with George Washington and became a central figure in the town of New Milford for numerous decades. This home was later a vital link in the Underground Railroad housing fugitive slaves in its attic during the abolitionist period of the 1800's. Honored as the New Milford town Christmas ornament in 2005 for its historical importance, this home is a real beauty that has to be seen to be appreciated. Property to be sold in "as is" condition due to its antiquity.
Deeply rooted in history, this home has such charm! Now you can have the pride of owning this prestigious home that few people could ever dream of calling their own.
||102 Grove Street
- Wall Oven, Refrigerator
- Lake, Library, Medical Facilities, Park, Playground/Tot Lot, Private School(S), Public Transportation, Tennis Courts
- Not Applicable
- Asphalt Shingle
- Level Lot
- Public Sewer Connected
- Single Family For Sale
- Corner of Grove and Bostwick
Property Listed By Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
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