Own A Piece Of History:
147 Elm Street in Thomaston, CT was built by Seth Thomas in 1856 the year he retired from the Seth Thomas Clock Factory and passed to the company CEO upon his death 5 years later. Rumor has it, this was his retirement home. Over the years the property was owned by Doc White and Doc Sampson, many Thomaston residents were literally born here. The CFO of Arburg USA and the CEO of Connecticut Real Estate currently call it home.
This Single Family Home With Home Office boasts approximately 3700 sf of livable space which includes approximately 750 sf of office space on right side of first floor, and another 3900 of storage in the attic, basement, garage and garage attic. There are 5-7 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms and 1 half bath. The layout is exceptional for a home business. The home sits on .36 acres. The home office could be converted to an apartment or in-law suite by filing the appropriate permits.
Located in the village it is an easy walk to nearly a dozen dining options, grocery store, pharmacy, opera house, post office, town hall and the New England Train Museum. The town parades all march by the front porch! Annual events include the Fireman’s festival & parade, Light up Thomaston, and the Thomaston Car Show.
3 Dimensional Virtual Tour
You can tour the home 24/7 with our 3D scan that allows you walk thru turn and see every angle. You can expand the view to full screen for a more immersive experience.
The Home Was Featured In American Victorian Cottages In 1878 and Will Be Featured In American Lifestyle Magazine In November of 2018.
Updated on September 20 2018 after a walk thru with zoning enforcement officer and the assessor. The home is currently a legal single family with home office. The “style” is noted as a 2 family, however; an application would need to be filed, fee paid and hearing attended to convert to a 2 family.
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