This Converted Windmill House Will Blow You Away

Get ready for stunning views of marshlands, wildlife, and more.

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Like lighthouses, windmills just conjure up so many feelings of majesty and romance when you see them, so we were pretty excited to see that this windmill-turned-home in Essex, Connecticut, is now on the market.

The gray beauty sits on the Connecticut River near Foxboro Point, one of the most recognizable features of the area. And it's cool-blue door hints at what awaits inside: rooms of soft beach-themed decor.

Constructed in 1967, the converted windmill now offers 840 square feet of living space over three levels. The first floor boasts a wraparound deck and wet bar, while the second floor has two bedrooms, one of which connects to a cozy attic loft via a ladder. This three-bedroom, one-bath home offers amazing 360-degree views of the surrounding marshlands, wildlife, and infrequent passersby on boat.

The asking price of this unique home? $1.85 million, but hey, it doesn't hurt to dream.

See more of the house below and at Sotheby's.

Courtesy of Sotheby's

Courtesy of Sotheby's

Courtesy of Sotheby's

Courtesy of Sotheby's

Courtesy of Sotheby's

Courtesy of Sotheby's

(h/t Curbed)

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