This historic property, located in Eastford, Connecticut with 21.7± acres of rolling pastures, stone walls, two ponds and perennial borders throughout, abuts the 8,000-acre Yale Forest and boasts a 3,820 square foot c. 1733 5 bedroom, 5 fireplace, 2 1/2 bath antique home with generous living spaces as well as a beautifully restored, 1,924 square foot 150-year-old barn. The renovation of the barn preserved the original post and beam frame while turning the interior into a light, modern and airy structure with 22-foot ceilings which was previously home to the award-winning Still River Café. The space was described by one restaurant reviewer as having the look and feel of a restaurant on New York City’s Upper East Side. Beautiful greenhouses and gardens generated much of the produce used by the restaurant. This unique property is an outstanding residential or residential opportunity as there are no zoning restrictions in Eastford making it ideal for a country retreat, wedding venue, bed and breakfast / inn, vineyard or specialty farm. The renovated barn could be reopened as a restaurant, café or food service production facility or re-purposed as additional living space, office(s), an art / antique gallery, yoga/fitness studio retreat, boutique country store or other commercial enterprise. Additionally, this property affords the unique ability to live where you work as the potential with this property is truly limitless.
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