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What You Can Buy: Historic Stamford home

January 28, 2019

This 1850 former Hunting Ridge Methodist Church provides a little piece of historic North Stamford in this unique and intriguing offering. Converted into a ranch-style home, this property was once a gathering place of worship and solitude for some of Stamford’s early settlers. Some of the ceilings are 13 feet high and the kitchen has a wonderful brick floor with an oversized set of sliders that open to the rear patio. The kitchen also has a skylight and walk-in pantry and a breakfast bar. The living room has an oversized wood-burning fireplace. A social room was added to the building in 1902. The converted home, which boasts six rooms and sits on 0.3 acres, also has a whole house generator. The home is perched on a high site with a wonderful exposure and natural landscaping that will surround the new owners in privacy. Famed sculptor Robert Laurent is the father of Paul Laurent, the most recent occupant of the home.

Listing agent: Barbara Hickey, William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty, (203) 912-0578, bhickey@williampitt.com.

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