Property Type:Single Family
On Site:99 Days
Lot Size:12.96 Acres
Welcome to Rockdale where history and traditional architecture and design collide. This nearly 13 acre property nestled among mature trees and a verdant landscape is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was settled in the late 1700s by Edward Tyler and subsequently purchased by the Sweeney family in the early 1800s who retained ownership of the property until the late 1960s. The home is a transitional style from Greek Revival to Italianate typical of the early 19th century. The main home has been lovingly restored and meticulously maintained and has over 4500 square feet with 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, soaring 12'-0'' ceilings and large windows to allow the natural light to fill the home at all points of the day. The stone house believed to be built by Edward Tyler in the late 1700s has been restored with heat and air and plumbed for a kitchen and upstairs bathroom. This storied property also has a fully stocked pond, remains of the original spring house and log cabin and a large barn. Schedule your private showing of this historic estate today.
$000 Monthly Payment
Loan and interest only. Taxes and insurance not included.
Listing Information Last Updated 4/22/2021
Listing provided courtesy of Lenihan Sotheby's International Realty.
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