An historic five bedroom colonial dated 1769 that was once a stagecoach stop located in the northeast section of Goshen, which is situated on 18 acres that back into protected lands. The house features 5 fireplaces, one with a bee hive oven, 5 bedrooms and 2 full baths. Many original details remain and the mechanicals have been updated. This was once the home to the famous astronomer and mathematician of the 19th century, Asaph Hall, who set up a sundial in the yard that is still accurate. Other historic notes include that the house had a dance hall upstairs and a birthing room in the rear of the house. The outbuilding consists of a barn which includes a spacious art studio. Additionally, this property is surrounded by over 3,500 acres of protected lands owned by the State of Ct and the Torrington Water Co, truly a sanctuary.