Wonderful historic flounder house circa 1790 on a prime Queen Street block! A "flounder house" is a two or three story house with half a gable roof. Flounder houses are scattered throughout Old Town and very special to the history of this town. Like the fish for which the structure is named, its high side is blind and normally falls precisely on the property line. Hardwood floors and exposed brick in the living room lend ambiance to the living room. The dining room with exposed original beams and hardwood floors oozes with charm. Top of the line Liebherr refrigerator and GE Profile stove with gas cooking will please the chef. Other stainless kitchen appliances are recent including the washer/dryer. The master bedroom has a sloped ceiling, matching the flounder roof, a window looking out to historic Queen Street plus a nice size closet. And the second bedroom/office offers built-in bookshelves and a skylight. Two Carrier HVAC split systems are recent. A very deep patio and garden beckons you outside for grilling and al fresco dining.
Listing courtesy of McEnearney Associates, Inc..