c.1918 Hidden Hill Tudor Revival in Weston, CT for $2.25M (PHOTOS)

c.1918 Hidden Hill Tudor Revival in Weston, CT for $2.25M

$2,250,000 | Built c.1918 | 11,163 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 8.5+ Baths | 4.98 Acres
214 Good Hill Road, Weston, Connecticut, United States, 06883

Down a long tree-lined drive, discover Hidden Hill, a private country estate on close to five acres in lower Weston. Renovated and expanded by Jack Franzen, the majestic Tudor Revival showcases well-appointed living spaces, a gourmet eat-in kitchen and a stunning conservatory overlooking the koi pond and gardens. Hidden Hill was once the summer home for the Mayor of Bridgeport and the home of John-Michael Tebelak, best known for writing Godspell. Original leaded glass details, fireplaces, and rich wood paneling preserve the home’s unique 1918 character. A handsome media wing houses a family room with home movie theatre, library, home office and billiard room. An expansive master suite with balcony and five additional bedrooms fill the second and third levels. A separate guest suite creates a perfect retreat for an in-law or au pair. Relax on the serene terrace or by the swimming pool under a pergola draped in wisteria. The carriage house is home to a kitchen, living room and loft bedroom, as well as a pool house with walls of glass. A three-car garage and heated 1850s party barn complete this remarkable estate. Hidden Hill is on the market for $2.25 million with William Raveis Real Estate.



























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