Own a museum -- and a site on the National Register of Historic Places! Colchester's Brickyard, also known as Moses King Brick and Tile Works, is a 6-acre property that includes 4 beehive kilns, three small buildings (with three beds), two exhaust stacks, a large factory building, and an impressive collection of historical documents and artifacts. After the brick business closed, a later owner hosted artists' retreats here, and you can see some creative flourishes from that era, such as the circular sculpture (made from bricks) and oil tank drum (fun to play!). As the new owner, you could stay on site (one of the buildings already has a bed) and make this property your quiet retreat to get away from the busy outside world. Or, if you'd like some additional conveniences, you could buy the house next door (also on the National Register of Historic Places), which is for sale, too.
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|1/17/2020 12:54:46 PM||New Value: $85,000|
|6/25/2019 11:10:00 PM||New Value: $90,000|