c.1820 "Warner House" on 50+ Prime View Acres

c.1820 "Warner House" on 50+ Prime View Acres

New to Market, Residential, Land


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Property ID :


Sq Ft
10000 Sq Ft
52.9 Acres

About the Property

Greyledge Estate sits at the gateway to the Litchfield Hills, only 80 miles from New York City. It is one of the most spectacularly situated properties in Litchfield County in that it occupies an elevated position on a picturesque ridge running along the border of Bridgewater and Roxbury, Connecticut.

Set back in privacy on 52.9± acres, the historically significant C.1820 center-hall clapboard colonial is comprised of 10 bedrooms (4 with fireplaces), multiple living rooms, reception rooms, breezeways lined with French doors, 2 outdoor terraces, a library, office, 9 fireplaces, a chef’s kitchen, tack room, and a dramatic candle-lit dining room that can comfortably accommodate seated dinners for 24 people.

The Pool House is comprised of a combined living/dining room with fireplace, a full kitchen, two changing rooms, two full baths, and two large bedrooms. It is located approximately 100 yards from the Main House, affording both an attractive visual landmark as well as an alternative living venue for privacy or large gatherings of weekend guests.

The Estate also includes a 20-acre elevated build site comprised of primarily open pasture with 360-degree views. The land can be subdivided from the main parcel without sacrificing privacy, though it is currently not available for purchase independent of the Main House.

Exclusively Listed with Madonna & Phillips Real Estate Group at Sotheby's Realty

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