Estate Quality Historic Mystic Home- Built by prominent sea captain Nathan Fish circa 1835.Turning into the driveway you feel like you're in the Hamptons but with all the charm of living in Mystic. This gorgeous house has it all. Beautifully restored and landscaped with not a detail missed. The terraced grounds include rare mature specimen trees, several well placed perennial beds, and stunning granite hardscape. All for you to enjoy from your covered porch or blue stone patio with built-in Viking grill. Enter the kitchen either from the bank of french doors off the patio or the side Dutch door into entry room. Cathedral ceiling kitchen with chestnut floors greet you with a flexible space for dining or sitting by the fireplace. Subzero refrigerator and separate subzero freezer flank the charming butler's pantry. The house flows beautifully. A private first floor primary suit will wow you. The marble bath with rain head shower and another dutch door leading to private garden with an enchanting outdoor shower. A lovely formal dining room leads into a spacious formal living room with wood burning fireplace. The first floor is complete with a library with built in bookshelves and another wood burning fireplace. On the second floor there are four bedrooms with 2 full baths. A walkup attic allows for plenty of storage space. The property includes a post and beam one and half bay garage/barn with a second story loft and area for workshop. Please see additional remarks.
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