New to Market $2,495,000 - Other
Private, elegant, and executed with extraordinary taste. The grand, custom-built 5,000+ sq/ft home is surrounded by protected land, and boasts a “hidden” Master Suite and main floor guest suite, each with marble baths; formal living room, formal dining room, and sunroom — each with wood-burning fireplace. Exterior amenities feature a in-ground pool with classic pool house/cabana; large post & beam barn; manicured gardens and specimen plantings, all on nearly 7 acres with distant views, and dramatic accents. Among them you’ll find a blue stone patio, stone walls and walkways, iron gates, and a long, hosta-hemmed driveway. The property is private without feeling isolated, situated 90 minutes from NYC, walkable to town, minutes to Lake Waramaug, Warren town beach and the shopping village of New Preston.
About the town of Warren, Connecticut
Warren, a bucolic Litchfield County town, has long been a haven for residents seeking quiet and solitude amid a setting of rural beauty. It became a separate town in 1786 after splitting away from Kent, and was named in honor of the Revolutionary War hero Joseph Warren, who died in the Battle of Bunker Hill. Warren is adjacent to the larger towns of Washington and Kent. Residents enjoy boating and other water sports as well as the public tennis courts and town beach at Lake Waramaug. The scenic lake is nestled among surrounding hills, and along its edge are grand homes, lakeside cottages, several inns and a vineyard overlooking the water. Lake Waramaug is the second largest natural lake in Connecticut, covering 672 acres. Warren also has a small state park in Above All State Park, which offers unrivaled views of the surrounding countryside.
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