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The John Avery House

The John Avery house was originally built in Preston in 1755 but was carefully dismantled, relocated and rebuilt in Washington with care and attention. The interior of the main house includes an addition with a modern kitchen, a main room with original exposed post and beams and a massive stone fireplace with a bee-hive oven. There are four bedrooms, two-and-one-half-bathrooms and a stunning front staircase. The 13-are property has nearly one-quarter mile of rebuilt stone walls, gated driveway, chicken coop and pen and a large three-bay garage/barn built by Old Town Barns of Pawling. Listed for $2.195 million by Klemm Real Estate.



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