Tiny Sharon, Connecticut Cottage Lists for $437,000

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Clocking in at just 972 square feet, a tiny—but tony—cottage is listed on the Sharon market for $437,500. It’s owned by John Bartlett, the menswear designer, who uses it as his weekend home. The dwelling started life as a barn, built in 1850. Happily, it has retained its antique look, featuring rustic wood ceilings, beams and cabinetry. There’s also a handsome wood stove, slate flooring and a double-height wall of windows, with a screened porch and outdoor terrace for summer dinners.

And for people who love to entertain but are not as wild about overnight guests, there’s just a single bedroom and bathroom so you won’t be expected to host slumber parties.

Ira Goldspiel and Howard Schissler of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty have the listing.

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