1835 Banks Place Farm Reduced to $4.2M in Fairfield, CT (PHOTOS)

1835 Banks Place Farm Reduced to $4.2M in Fairfield, CT

$4,200,000 | Built 1835 | 5,699 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 4.5 Baths | 5.44 Acres
98 Banks Place, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States, 06890
A rare find in the heart of Southport Village, Banks Place Farm, a historic 5.44 acre property has been reduced to $4.2 million after listing in June for $4.4 million. The 1835 Greek Revival home has been meticulously restored, renovated and expanded with multiple living spaces offering flexibility for today’s needs. Set in a private 5.4 acre property with a classic red barn, the grounds include native gardens, an apple orchard and natural stone walkways. Cooking and design work in tandem, and is celebrated in the kitchen and dining room addition. Custom cabinetry, multiple workspaces and top of the line appliances complement this ultimate gourmet kitchen. The great room with soaring ceilings provides room for everyone to relax, share and connect. An ultimate work-from-home office is easily converted to a guest room with custom hidden Murphy beds.

New master suite has a quiet simplicity, with tall ceilings, a dressing suite and master bath that blends up to date luxury with historic charm. Bedrooms one and two share a large new hall bath while a new third bedroom suite has sweeping views of the property. A hinged bookcase in the second floor hallway hides hidden stairs to the third floor. Extensive renovations include the use of the latest technologies for all new electrical and plumbing, geothermal wells for heat/AC and heated stone flooring. Historic details were lovingly restored and copied, and considered in the choices for new siding, roof, flooring, windows and doors. Banks Place Farm is on the market for $4.2 million with Amy Waugh Curry of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices.

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