c.1903 Brushy Ridge Carriage House on 2.89 Acres lists in New Canaan for $3.3M
$3,295,000 | Built c.1903 | 8,994 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 5.5 Baths | 2.89 Acres
265 Brushy Ridge Road, New Canaan, Connecticut, United States, 06840
Set high on Brushy Ridge with distance Sound views, this unique c.1903 carriage house has been expanded and converted into a single family residence. The historic structure has hit the market in New Canaan for $3.3 million. This wonderful 4 bedroom home with separate 3 bedroom guest cottage is unsurpassed in both style and sophistication. Meandering stone walls, gates and fencing, stunning courtyard pool and formal cutting and vegetable gardens sit nestled amongst the rolling lawns. Recent major renovations include a gorgeous stunning country kitchen, family room and library all upgraded and restored in 2018/19. Simply perfect for intimate gatherings and formal entertaining alike. It’s on the market for $3.3 million with Kathryn Tanner of Houlihan Lawrence.
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