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One-of-a-kind Residence. Circa 1903 in Connecticut. See inside 👇

Preserved 1902 Historical Landmark on a corner lot between Ocean and Montauk Avenues. Designed by architect Dudley St. Clair Donnelly, this Queen Anne Spanish Victorian Revival masterpiece features original hardwood floors, British-made stained glass windows, and modern upgrades like custom Harvey windows and a Viessman natural gas boiler. With a wrap-around porch, brick columns, and a granite foundation, it blends historic charm with modern comfort in a convenient, charming neighborhood.

Contact: Stephen Girouard, CENTURY 21 Shutters & Sails

From the Zillow listing:

Nestled on a corner lot between Ocean Avenue and Montauk Avenue, this beautifully preserved 1902 Historical Landmark stands as a testament to timeless elegance. Once a beloved B&B in the early 1940s, this Queen Ann Spanish Victorian Revival masterpiece, designed by renowned architect Dudley St. Clair Donnelly, showcases meticulous craftsmanship and historical significance. Step inside to find original hardwood floors with broom sweeps hard wood moldings that flow throughout spacious living and dining rooms, four generous bedrooms, and two baths on the second floor. The main staircase vas a rare original and strong spindle design, One of the bathrooms has its rare original needle/rib showers complete set haw was originally installed in place and a new shower connected to new plumbing. All windows have been replaced with new custom-made top of the line Harvey windows professionally installed to match the existing design. Additionally, the exquisite British-made stained glass windows enhance the home’s historic charm. Modern comforts include a new energy efficient variable-speed Viessman natural gas boiler with eight zones of remote temperature controls. The home’s exterior features a wrap-around porch, original brick columns with a stucco finish, and a solid granite foundation, adding to its architectural grandeur. The basement, already plumbed and zoned for a full bathroom and shower, offers potential for additional living space. This distinguished home holds a rich history, once owned by the esteemed inventor Dr. Edward H. Angle. Located on Bellevue Place, the neighborhood features a charming center grass island, enhancing the property’s allure. Conveniently situated just minutes from the historic Amtrak Railroad Station and New London Ferries, and within walking distance to Ocean Beach, this residence effortlessly blends historic charm with modern convenience. Detailed drawings and archives of 58 Bellevue are available online, showcasing the home’s remarkable craftsmanship and storied past. Discover the legacy and architectural splendor of this exceptional home. Experience the unique blend of history and modernity in this one-of-a-kind residence.