Completed in 1772, the Nehemiah Smedley House was once home Williamstown’s founding families- and three years later, a very infamous traitor named Benedict Arnold, slept here for the night as he was en route to help Ethan Allen take Fort Ticonderoga. Bread was also baked here for the battle of Bennington August 16, 1777- This house is a hotbed for Revolutionary war history- making it that much more intriguing.
The Gideon Cornell House, C. 1765 is a beautiful Newport, RI home. A popular vacation destination amongst weekenders alike, Newport offers a variety of the smallest historic homes, to some of the country’s oldest mansions. Summer homes to the Vanderbilt’s, Kennedy’s and many others remain open for public tours in Newport.
Oh how I love peeking inside homes in New England! If you’re like me and spend countless hours on realtor.com
This post is about the 1786 ‘Stone Tavern’ House at 30 Lawton Road, Canton CT. The historic home hit the market last Monday leaving us with the opportunity to interview current owners Ken and Anji Coman who hope the breathtaking 6200 sf home will sell quickly. The couple has plans to return to their home state of Washington to be with family and friends, but are sad to leave this historic beauty behind.