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Birdsey Hall, an 1802 brick Federal Georgian located in Goshen, is one of the finest examples of the classic style in Litchfield County. The former home of notable mercantilist Birdsey Norton, the 6,719-square-foot house has an elegant kitchen, grand sitting rooms, formal dining room and eight fireplaces. There is are six bedrooms and a media room. Gardens, porticos, terraces, tennis court, pool, pillared entrance gates, apple and pear trees, stone walls, horse paddocks and trails are just a handful of the outdoor amenities on the park-like 74 acres. The property also includes a four-bedroom garrison-style guest house built in 1773. Listed for $4.95 million by Klemm Real Estate.

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