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Connecticut’s Stone-Shelley House From 1710 Is the Week’s Oldest Listing (www.realtor.com)

Connecticut’s Stone-Shelley House From 1710 Is the Week’s Oldest Listing

Built hundreds of years ago, many of the homes on this week’s list of the oldest properties have been retrofitted with modern luxury in mind. Nearly all of these antique homes have been given masterful makeovers by smart designers.

From the outside, you may see boxy, predictable Colonials, but inside is where the magic happens. Carved-out nooks and crannies, wonderful woodwork, and fireplaces meld with modern touches to create a fascinating blend of old and new.

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