I love this style of home!
Wallingford – Page 3 – Historic Buildings of Connecticut
Built around 1759, the Samuel Parsons House, on Main Street in Wallingford, once served as a tavern when stage coaches stopped there. Featuring many traditional colonial elements, the house is transitional in style because it also has features of the Georgian style, including its two chimneys and the way its rooms are arranged inside. Caleb Thompson bought the house in 1803 and built coffins in his shop on the property. Owned by the Society since 1932, today the house is a museum.
27 Rambler Rd, Attleboro, MA 02703 — Large 9 rm- 4 bedrm, 3 1/2 bath Gambrel style home located on over 1 1/2 acres of land on dead end street! 4 working fireplaces & hardwood fls thurout! 2 car garage, built in's & solid 6 panel doors. New heating system (4 zones), newer roof & elec. breakers. (Some new windows)City water & sewer. Master suite has fireplace, bath with double vanities and walk in closet!Short drive to major highways, shopping, schools,commuter trian & parks…