Fabulous spacious renovated colonial on 4 private acres in the most desirable town in Litchfield County. 1.5 hours to NYC, 10 minutes from I84. Very private grounds surrounded by stone walls & sweeping vistas. Large rear deck and stone patio overlooking land trust with sweeping views to beaver pond and woods. Watch fox, deer, birds from expansive floor to ceiling windows. Great Room with FP, Gourmet eat-in kitchen seats 7, Dining room seats 10 and wonderful cosy living room. Hardwood floors & 9' ceilings throughout. Baths with marble counters and jacuzzi.Great hiking, marked nature preserve trails, horseback riding, skiing nearby. Nearby is White Flower Farm, American Indian Institute, Glebe House Museum, Haight Vineyards, White Memorial Conservation Center, Litchfield History Museum, Woodbury Antique Center, Lake Quassy & many dining options. Under a mile to center of NE picturesque town. Convenient location for all summer fun. Comes with everything for a special get away.
The Litchfield Hills : Referred to as New England Gold Country or the Quiet Corner you will find yourself surrounded by nature with wildlife, birds, nature trails and the cleanest air imaginable. Snow shoeing, cross country and down hill skiing are all a short drive away or in the meadows surrounding this beautiful property. A short drive brings you to the Antique center of New England (Woodbury) as well as Lake Quassy Amusement Park with rides, swimming and entertainment all summer. Largest farmstand and local organic produce within ten minute walk along with dairy farms, Scottish cows and gorgeous views abound in the Litchfield Hills. Roxbury has town tennis courts, town lake, and new playground all within a 5 minute drive. Litchfield County boasts multiple festivals and fairs, church bazaars, book sales and the Connecticut Wine Trail, musical and theatrical events and the Warner theatre.
Fine Dining Abounds : If eating out is your thing, you won't be disappointed. With venues like Dottie's Diner (an original 1950's diner), Carole Peck's Good News Cafe (gourmet vegetarian), Longwood Inn (terrific Sunday brunch), Curtis House (oldest inn in Connecticut), Carmen Anthony's (seafood) Mayflower Inn(romantic upscale), Hopkins Inn (lakefront upscale), and many others are all within a ten minute drive and have food as good as NYC or better. World renowned chefs, fantastic service, varied menus and extensive wine lists make dining a true pleasure.+ More