Presenting "The Binger House". Built circa 1834, this property was once the summer home to Walter Binger, a leading member of the early to mid 1900's Historic Preservationist movement in NYC. The back patio was put in by Binger, and is made of repurposed, turn-of-the-century NYC sidewalks (which he had transported one site by horse-drawn carriage). Although public records list 1834 as the year built, there are two etches in the basement plaster that read "August 5th, 1820". The Living Room & Master Suite addition was designed by Cameron Clark, renown Greenfield Hill architect, in the 1930's. Enter into the foyer, flanked on the left by the Formal Dining Room w/ fireplace, and on the right by the "Great" Formal Living Room w/ fireplace. Walk straight into the Family Room w/ dry bar, original wood stove, and fireplace. Family Room flows into entirely renovated Gourmet Kitchen w/ marble counters, custom cabinetry, Viking range, and French Doors to the back patio. Side entrance into Mud Room round out the 1st Floor. 2nd Floor Master Suite w/ walk-in-closet, fireplace, recently updated en-suite bath w/ dual vanities, marble floors, and custom cabinetry. 3 additional Bedrooms, (1 w/ a balcony and 1 w/ fireplace), 2 additional Full Baths, and a Laundry Room w/ sink & custom cabinetry finish up the 2nd Floor. 3rd Floor w/ 5th Bed, Full Bath, and Office. A gorgeous, 3.5 acre lot backing up to The Aspetuck Land Trust. Tons of recent improvements. Call for more details.