ON THE MARKET: A Wallingford home with detailed woodwork on a private road

ON THE MARKET: A Wallingford home with detailed woodwork on a private road



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WALLINGFORD —  A 4,654 square-foot home on a private road built by a couple who owned a mill working shop and detailed most of the woodwork is on the market for $498,000.

The four-bedroom colonial at 870 Clintonville Road is situated on a 1.21 acre lot and features an inground pool, Koi pond, heated barn, and a cabana.

Homeowner and listing agent Barbara Migliaro of Coldwell Banker said the home could not be built today for the asking price.

“We’re downsizing,” Migliaro said. “We bought another house in Wallingford so we’re eager to sell it. It’s quite different.”

The floors are cherry inlay, the bar is custom made and the ceilings have differing textures.

The foyer leads to a gourmet kitchen with double ovens, a separate freezer and a wine chiller. The granite counter tops are flanked with custom-make cherry cabinets and hand-carved trim. 

Off the kitchen is a sun-filled breakfast room that overlooks a Koi pond. The great room features a granite fireplace, built-in surround sound, a pool table space and a built-in wet bar. Double French doors lead to a flex room that can be used as a large office, exercise room or play room.

The upstairs has four bedrooms and a large master suite. 

The exterior is “an entertainer’s paradise,” Migliaro said. There is a blue stone patio with a built-in fire pit, a hot tub, heated swimming pool and fully equipped cabana with its own bathroom and kitchen. The barn has heat and electricity for a hobbyist or business owner. 

The driveway is shared with two neighbors who share plowing responsibilities. 

“It is very peaceful and private,” Migliaro said. 

For more information contact Migliaro at 203-314-8330.  

mgodin@record-journal.com
203-317-2255
Twitter: @Cconnbiz


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