Featured Listing Feed http://www.barbaratingley.com/index.php?action=rss_featured_listings Ranch http://www.barbaratingley.com/index.php?action=listingview&listingID=4 NC0yMDExLTAxLTA0IDE0OjU0OjEx Tue, 04 Jan 2011 14:54:11 -0500 Circular drivewayA nature lovers delight! This 3 bedroom 2 bath easy living ranch home boast a newer kitchen/great room with wall of windows overlooking serene backyard with pond, vaulted ceilings, and newer energy star windows. Enjoy snuggling up by the gas fired wood stove on a chilly evening or picking fresh fruit from your own small orchard. This home sits on 5 wooded tranquil acres and is private yet conveniently close to town! A great value in charming Litchfield, Ct.! <br> THIS HOME HAS BEEN SOLD! IF YOU WOULD LIKE HELP SELLING YOUR HOME PLEASE CONTACT ME. I WOULD BE HAPPY TO SHOW YOU HOW CENTURY 21 COMMAND REALTY AND I CAN GIVE YOU THE EDGE YOU NEED TO SELL YOUR HOME IN TODAY'S MARKET!]]> Antique Cape http://www.barbaratingley.com/index.php?action=listingview&listingID=5 NS0yMDE3LTA2LTAzIDIzOjM3OjI3 Tue, 04 Jan 2011 14:54:11 -0500 Front of House Lovingly maintained 1785 antique cape on 2 acres. This 3 bedroom 2 bath home will envelope you in all the warmth and charm of yester-year! Open living room/dining room with heatalator fireplace, large kitchen, family room, generator, stone patio, gardens and farmland views. This excellent condition home has newer roof on both house and garage, wide board floors and comes generator equipped. This property is close to White Memorial recreation trails and only 3 miles from the Morris town beach and boat launch on beautiful Bantam Lake. This would make a lovely year round home or a peaceful weekend retreat! Do not miss out! Make an offer!<br><br> *History of Ownership:<br> "Early records show that Colonel Nathaniel Goodwin, son of Captain Nathaniel Goodwin, a soldier of the revolution, owned the house in the early 18th century. He may have even built the house for his bride, Rhoda Orton. After he died in 1841, it was owned by his brother Erastus, who also owned the house on the hill across the way. In 1859, this house was owned by the heirs of Erastus, then by Linus Hubbard, and in 1874 by Tabitha Skilton. From 1887 to 1893, it was owned by Timothy Jordan, who sold it to Martin Brennan. The house was next transferred to Lucius Leonard, and then to Joseph Gilbert in 1919. Gilbert’s wife, Carrie, sold the house to the Athertons in 1938. The acreage was never large, varying between one and half and three acres. Presently, it is just over two."<br> If you would like to read more on the history of this house, please contact agent! ]]>