1809 English-Style Mole’s Hill Farm Asks $11.85M in Sharon, CT (PHOTOS)

1809 English-Style Mole’s Hill Farm Asks $11.85M in Sharon, CT

$11,850,000 | Built 1809 | 8,500 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 6 Baths | 375.72 Acres
201 Millerton Road, Sharon, Connecticut, United States, 06069
Welcome to Mole’s Hill Farm, an English-style estate and true retreat from today’s fast-paced world. The 375 acre property is on the market for $11.85 million in Sharon, Connecticut. A reduced 95.72 acre parcel is also available for $7.75 million. Centered by a Manor House filled with understated elegance and a sweeping flair of British style, the estate captures the imagination. Detailed pediments, carved fireplaces, custom millwork and cabinetry are appointed throughout every light-filled room, all perfect for entertaining. The grounds by famed English garden designer Penelope Hobhouse and British architect Sir Anthony Denny combine Edwardian symmetry and style in a hillside setting to breathtaking results. Centered by an obelisk folly, framed by a double allée of zelkovas trees, it is flanked by two formal gardens. One features a walled English garden designed with perennial beds and espaliered fruit trees and a greenhouse. The other features a hornbeam hedged garden surrounding a lap pool and a double pavilion with cabana and guest studio. There is also a Russian dacha tucked in the woodlands. Mole’s Hill Farm on 375 acres is on the market for $11.85 million with John Friend of Houlihan Lawrence.

 

















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