1824 Southport Village Farmhouse lists in Connecticut for $3.4M
$3,400,000 | Built 1824 | 4,728 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 4.5+ Baths | 0.4 Acres
225 Old Road S, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States, 06890
A 196-year-old farmhouse in Connecticut has hit the market for $3.4 million after being completely transformed and reimagined for today’s living. After several prior renovations, the current owners went back to the studs to create a gem a home on one of Southport’s most coveted tree-lined streets. Listing details, “The classic historic Connecticut facade carefully masks what awaits on the interior. The spaces are open and bright and the house flows wonderfully for everyday living and entertaining. Much thought went into creating optimal use of space for storage and display. The walls are sheathed in wood paneling, Venetian plaster and leather rather than traditional drywall. The results are both elegant and chic while remaining livable and low maintenance. Landscape architect, Wesley Stout, created an amazing outdoor living area with a private pool. Come experience the house everyone knows as ‘the one with the orange cushions on the front porch.'” This unique remodelled farmhouse is on the market for $3.4 million with Team On The Harbor of William Raveis Real Estate.