This Connecticut home, which is beyond quaint and has been dubbed the “Sunset cottage,” comes with a musical backstory dating from more than a century ago (h/t CIRCA). In 1900, the former farmhouse served as a summer dormitory and reading room for students at the Greene School of Music. Sixty years after the school shuttered in 1924–and after a full renovation into a home–musician Paul Fenick snatched it up. He often used the space to perform with his bluegrass band, The Still River Ramblers. The school’s library was converted to a practice space, and framed album covers, concert posters, and artist photographs were hung on the walls. Now the cozy house, located in the heart of Brookfield’s Historic District, is up for sale asking $449,900.