River Views, War of 1812 & Neighborly Charm

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Contact Agent
Contact nameDennis Goderre
Contact phone860-446-4169
Year built1782
StatusProject - needs work
Home area1,500 sqft
Lot Area0.14 acres
Half Baths1


The City of Groton seeks proposals for the purchase of 108 Thames Street and 0 Broad Street, two adjacent parcels situated within the Groton Bank National Historic District & Waterfront Business Residence (WBR) zoning district. The properties overlook the Thames River and are within walking distance to Fort Griswold. Proposals will be accepted for the purchase of each parcel as separate properties or as one combined offer.

Offers are due 3pm, June 14, 2019 with a final closing date subject to negotiation.

A two story single family home is situated upon 108 Thames Street (0.14 AC) and is a contributing property to the Groton Bank National Historic District. The home is also referred to as the Mother Anna Warner Bailey House. More information about ‘Ma Bailey’ is provided on the back cover of this RFP (link provided).

It is the City’s ideal outcome to see the home on 108 Thames Street renovated, restoring it to reflect the historic architectural style with appropriate details, fenestrations and materials.

0 Broad Street (0.10 AC) is vacant, consisting primarily of an open lawn area. It slopes down east to west, toward 108 Thames Street.

The properties may be reused for any use allowed under current zoning. Restrictions may be placed upon 108 Thames Street to ensure restoration of the building meets applicable historic design standards. This will be negotiated at time of property sale.

More property details and directions to submit an offer can be found within the RFP package located at the web address: http://cityofgroton.com/ped/sale-108-thames-0-broad-streets/


Additional Buildings / Amenities

  • Barn/Stable
  • Carriage House
  • Dock/Pier
  • Finished Basement
  • Gazebo
  • Greenhouse
  • Guest Cottage