This lovely historic 17th century estate in Stonington, Ct. is part of the original Quiambaug Farm; built in 1683 by John Hallam, a sea captain & merchant who conveyed goods to & from the West Indies. Over the centuries the property has had several prominent owners which have enhanced the original estate into the modern version it is today! The entrance from Collins Rd. is thru a circular driveway which connects to the 3 car garage & the main house. Rolling landscapes lined with stone walls lead down to a granite lined canal which runs to Lambert Cove and Stonington Harbor. The majestic home faces south with a covered wrap around porch supported by stone pillars; a center chimney construction offers 6 fireplaces for warmth & cheer; there is a large dining room with the original hearth all set for colonial cooking, a double parlor, office, den, butlers pantry, kitchen, dining area with cast iron stove, laundry and elevator room plus a green house complete the downstairs. 2nd floor has 3 bedrooms, 2 modern baths, a lg. library as well as ample storage, 3rd. floor has 3 bedrooms, modern bath & plenty of storage.
This is truly one of Stonington's earliest homesteads brought into our modern era so make an appointment and come and view this wonderful piece of history!