Located on South Street in Litchfield, this 1904 Colonial Revival, affectionately known as “Forked Chimneys,” was designed by Ehrick Rossiter. There is a spacious central hall, formal living room, billiards room, formal dining room, music room with a cherry-paneled wet bar, library and a colossal kitchen flooded with light. Upstairs includes a master suite and two additional ensuite bedrooms. The third floor has three bedrooms tucked into the dormers. Outside amongst formal gardens is a large deck, plus a fountain and an oversized pool and spa. Available for $50,000 for the summer by Klemm Real Estate.
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