Timeless light-drenched colonial built by Louise Brooks (Brooks and Falotico) in 2004, rich detail, moldings, and classic bones. Approximately 7,000 square feet, 5 bedroom, 7.5 bath, 4 fireplaces, on 2 acres. Two driveways (the house is on a corner lot)- one drive is long with pebbles, the other aproned with cobblestone
Well scaled rooms with high ceilings, and random-width hickory floors, classic chef’s kitchen, double islands topped with marble, French doors open to large bluestone patio, sun room/conservatory with limestone fireplace, coffered ceiling, surrounded by French doors
Formal main entrance foyer with hidden built-in bar, two tall coat closets with vintage French mirrors, bright music room, den/family room in traditional club style, custom paneled walls, pocket doors and fireplace, paneled library, includes office nook, interior features a large collection on antiques, collectibles
Four huge bedrooms on second floor. Third floor has a second master bedroom/guest suite with vaulted ceilings and huge windows and a fitness room on third floor.
A potting room has a deep copper sink and built in open shelves for vases
The home stands on what was once the largest tree nursery in New England, property is graced with huge oaks and rare, mature trees, many garden beds
Garage is in style of carriage house with copper lanterns, three parking bays, and a cupola with copper roof. Back yard has old fashioned tree swing, and stone fire pit.
All floors must be protected, booties must be worn over shoes
Areas of use determined in advance