$2.29M Palladian-Inspired Villa on 10.84 Acres in Lyme, Connecticut
$2,295,000 | Built 1989 | 14,573 Sq. Ft. | 11 Beds | 9.5+ Baths | 10.84 Acres
146 Hamburg Rd, Lyme, CT 06371
Situated on 10.84 acres, this completely transformed property is pending sale after hitting the market for $2.29 million in Lyme, Connecticut. Listing details: There are no words to adequately describe this magnificent compound. Inspired by Northern Italy’s 16th-century villas designed by Palladio, this magnificent property was developed for over 30 years into a multiple-dwelling, cross-cultural and multi-generational compound. The proud and impressive facade of the original home actually began as a 1710s farmhouse. Renowned architects Thomas Norton, and then Robert Orr and Associates, transformed the entire property over 9 years; built and re-built by prominent housewright H.P. Broom. As you enter the compound passing by the gorgeous swimming pool featuring granite coping and a waterfall and then travel down the crushed stone lane lined by mature Linden trees, and flanked by a grove of apple trees, you absolutely feel that you are experiencing a very special place.
The compound consists of 5 buildings set on 10.84 acres. The main Palladio-inspired home was completed in 1989 with impeccable craftsmanship and forethought. It has 6,308 square feet of living area with 10 rooms, including 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 half bathrooms, 6 fireplaces, a painting gallery, and a sunroom both with skylights. Special details include a marble staircase, and a two-story grand living room inspired by a dining hall at Yale University. Outbuildings include: – Guest house, circa 1710, 5,004 square feet – Caretaker cottage, circa 1994, 1,896 square feet – Carriage house apartment, circa 1989, 1,080 square feet – Studio, circa 1970, 285 square feet- Pool house. Halfway between New York & Boston. This beautiful property is pending sale and on the market with Colette Harron of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty. Photography by Vincent Munoz.
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