28 Pearl Street Seymour Sold!
I’m proud to announce that I have sold 28 Pearl Street in Seymour, CT! This incredible property is rich in history and encompasses the story of one of the most famous families in the valley.
Once home to some members of the Mathies family and more recently was home to Roberta King before her passing, the property consists of a grand old mansion that had fallen into a state of disrepair, a 4 bedroom cape house dating back to the 1700’s and known as the Tucker house, as well as numerous garages, apartments and outbuildings.
All of this on a spectacular 15 acres of land overlooking Seymour and the Naugatuck River Valley!
I was informed by a member of the family that the property also has the third highest flagpole in the state of Connecticut!
When the flag is flying high, it can be seen from route eight and points all over the valley.
28 Pearl St. Seymour History
According to the Seymour Historical Society:
On p.18 of the book entitled: Images of America by Theresa W. Conroy is a picture of the house with the following caption:
“This beautiful home stands on 28 Pearl Street and was known as the Davis-/Wooster House. The home was constructed in 1851 in the Queen Anne/vernacular style of building. the original owner was Isaac Davis. Letsome Wooster, brother of H.H.H. Wooster and superintendent of the Seymour Specialty Company, lived here in the last part of the 19th century.” (Marian K. O’Keefe)
I am very excited to see what my client will do with this property and look forward to its transformation back into the spectacular piece of Seymour history that it once was.
Here are some more photos: