The historic home in Middletown is being used to film a new Christmas film starring Barbara Eden and Denise Richards. These days placed available on the market, realtors introduced on Wednesday. The home, located at 455 East Street in Middletown, is offered for $399,000 and is indexed with Madison agent Laurie McCann, William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty introduced in a press launch. The film is being produced with the aid of Phillip Goldfine, who is quality known for his paintings on the Oscar-winning documentary “The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life.” Cromwell local David Gere is the manufacturer.


The movie may be released in Christmas of 2019 as production wraps up at the four-bedroom home this week. Originally built in 1786, the house at 455 East Street has been owned by two families for 232 years, earning itself a place on the National Register of Historic Places.

“These antique belongings already hold a lot of history, and now every other exhilarating bankruptcy may be written with the filming of a film,” McCann stated. “It’s not most effective thrilling for this house, but it’s also a thrill for the complete city. I am very proud to symbolize this charming property.” Also, see Famous Actress, Actor Spotted At Walmart In Connecticut.


Located on a huge parcel of land near downtown Middletown and Wesleyan University, this middle-chimney Georgian Colonial house features wood-framed put-up and beam production, a brownstone basis, and a cement floored basement, in step with the list. With over 3,000 square feet of dwelling area, the home also highlights six fireplaces, a heated, in-floor gunite swimming pool, and a tavern room with a moist bar and constructed-ins. A 3-season screened porch overlooks the grounds, an indifferent 4-bay garage, a large barn, and a more moderen, copper-coated crimson cedar shake roof.