Connecticut Trust For Historic Preservation

Hill House, Madison

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This interesting nineteenth-century house has a Greek Revival door surround and a recessed front door.  The pyramidal roof (a variation on a hipped roof) is the only one found in Madison.  The house stands on a picturesque site behind a stone wall on a country road.  The exterior is sheathed in clapboard and the window sashes are six-over-six.  The floors and interior woodwork seem to be original.  The house has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.The building appears to be structurally sound, but needs complete rehabilitation and updating.  The scenic property includes pond, mature trees and plantings, and some meadow and woods.  The owner has not determined a price yet.  Lot size: 2.2 acres.  Contact: Warren Hartmann, 203-245-8111 (office) or 203-530-4077 (cell).