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North Haven home from 1740 asks $3.7M

It was available to rent from 2013-14

All photos, Brown Harris Stevens

Originally built in 1740 but newly renovated, the 3,000-square-foot home at 44 Barclay Drive in North Haven is on the market for $3,695,000 with listing agents Korine M. Konzet and Christopher J. Burnside of Brown Harris Stevens.

The home was sold in 1999 for $820,000, then again in 2013 for $1 million. The new owner put the home up for rent at $60,000 per month, and that price went up and down from there over the next year into 2014—even getting as high as $160,000 per month.

In April of this year, the home went up for sale for the first time since 2013 with an asking price of $3,995,000. Earlier this week the first cut was made, putting the asking price where it is now.

Details from the original 18th century construction still remain—including wide plank floors, exposed beams, raised paneled doors, five fireplaces (including one in the kitchen), and wrought hardware. The living room features French doors that lead out to the patio.

All five bedrooms have private decks with westerly water views.

Outside, there is a large covered patio, heated gunite pool, pool house with recreation room, private path to a community beach and deep water dock, and access to community tennis courts.