Extraordinary 5400 sf. Peter Jackson designed and Wm. Plunkett built…
New to Market
It’ll take no time at all to fall into holiday mode in this especially private and stylish home designed by iconic superarchitects, Demetriades & Walker. Characterized by clean, simple, sexy lines, the six-bedroom home with separate guest quarters takes its place among one of Connecticut’s finest country settings. The fact that it’s also a feat of indescribable comfort and sophistication, is an added perk.
Couched in the heart of the exclusive Calhoun/Ives Historic District in Washington, Ct—renowned for its fine estates and pastoral setting—the main residence boasts a generous 7,700 sqft of living space, complete with vast lounge and dining area that opens to stone viewing patio, a spacious modern kitchen with screened porch for al fresco dining, two master suites—one on main floor with spa and private screened porch, the second with sundeck overlooking the private grounds. All five bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms and offer panoramic vistas. The floor plan was thoughtfully designed to maximize light and tranquility. The double-height ceilings, crisp white walls, white maple flooring, neutral colors, the abundance of windows and sliding glass doors—all come together to create a relaxed style as welcoming as the area’s gentle aesthetic.
Outside, the verdant 9+ acre-property is a vision of luscious foliage and blooming perennials. Anyone who craves nature will be enchanted by the myriad of places from which to soak up the sights and sounds of Washington’s magical landscape. Here, you’ll enjoy the shape of luxury and easy living with every high-end comfort modernity demands.
The ideal place to escape from it all, and recharge … within 90 minutes of New York City.
Be prepared to fall in love.
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