A Colonial-Style Home with Essex Harbor Views Seeks a Buyer
There’s a picture-perfect mini-manse in Essex with lawns that roll down to 475 feet of private riverfront. It was designed in 1972 to resemble a Colonial-era, gambrel-roofed home with antique details throughout the 3,435-square-foot interiors, including wide-board floors, barnboard-clad walls and exposed beams. But the best seat in the house may well be on the covered porch with its expansive views over the nine acres, Essex Harbor and the Connecticut River. It is listed for $2,595,000 with Kathy Schellens of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty.