This T.J. Collins design, with Queen Anne and Colonial Revival characteristics, presents a rare downtown opportunity. It has been recently refreshed and a new shingled roof was put on in the spring of 2017. Circa 1904 its exterior historic significance includes complex gable roof, Palladian window in gable end, pedimented dormer with dentils, grouped Tuscan columns and leaded glass windows. The interior of this impressive Newtown residence boasts a myriad of retained period features and details. In addition to a spacious master suite, with walk in closet, the first level includes foyer, dining room, living room, butler's pantry and an updated kitchen. The detached shared garage provides potential for storage, office or child's play area.