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Connecticut is filled with Colonial-style houses. But one house on the market in Killingworth dates back to colonial America.
The home at 172 Roast Meat Hill Road was built around 1756 by Elisha Crane, a New Jersey native who served as a lieutenant in the Revolutionary War. Crane, his wife and seven children lived in the home throughout the late 1700s, according to team member on the listing, Clint Rodenberg. Now the approximately 266-year-old house is for sale for $2.95 million.