Incomparable 28 Acre “Hedgelawn Farm” Country Compound in Washington, Connecticut

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Incomparable 28 Acre “Hedgelawn Farm” Country Compound in Washington, Connecticut

$9,500,000 | Built 1762 | 7,800 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 7.5+ Baths | 28.25 Acres
191 Roxbury Rd, Washington, CT 06793

Welcome to Hedgelawn Farm, an 18th-century tobacco farm turned exclusive estate located in Washington, Connecticut. This 28.25-acre property was purchased in 2007 by the current owners, who have since embarked on an extensive reconstruction project with a strict dedication to preserving the farm’s integrity, the property, and its original structures. The project, spanning from 2016-2023, has transformed the estate into one of Connecticut’s most exclusive properties. The residences on the property have been meticulously disassembled and reassembled with a new, modern “exoskeleton,” while still maintaining the original wooden beams in their original position.

“Many of the original wood posts and beams are crafted from generationally old chestnut trees that no longer exist today. Additionally, the stone hearth has the history of hundreds of years of people gathered around it, cooking and staying warm together – it is irreplaceable.” – Kevin Comer, Designer & Owner

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Renowned East Coast Barn Builders, founded by Ed Cady, completed the work to ensure that craftsmanship was of the highest quality. The Barn House, one of three separate residences on the property, features a custom Francesco Librizzi staircase, which was built in Italy, shipped to Connecticut, and installed by Italian fabricators under Francesco Librizzi‘s watchful eye. The estate also serves as a certified organic farm, with a variety of fruit trees, including apple, pear, plum, and peach, as well as blueberry bushes and various berry vines. In addition to the Barn House, the estate includes The Guest House and The Cottage, providing ample living space for family and guests. Hedgelawn Farm is currently on the market for $9.5 million, offering a unique opportunity to own one of Connecticut’s most exclusive and meticulously restored estates.

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From the listing: Hedgelawn Farm – Incomparable country compound on 28 acres overlooking hundreds of acres of Steep Rock Land Trust. Three distinct residences: The Barn House, set on one of Washingtons highest elevations with forever views, is a 4,500 square foot luxury penthouse carefully plucked from the top of Manhattans newest highrise and placed on one of Litchfield Countys most bucolic hilltops. Three bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms with walls of glass, grand open living on the main floor, sumptuous baths, a wellness level and a staircase designed by an internationally renowned architect. The 2,800 square foot Guest House has 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms in the original farmhouse – transformed into a California modern experience within a historic structure. 

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The Cottage is a 1 bedroom studio with kitchen, bath and perfect for au pair or an artist in residence. Unlike any other estate offered at this price point, everything is brand new – all new mechanicals, all new kitchens and baths – all three residences rebuilt from the ground up in the last 5 years. All construction to the highest level: all copper plumbing, all new wiring, heavy handsplit cedar roofing, lightning protection, whole property generator, ecobatt insulation. Post and beam structures of Cottage + Guest House rebuilt by Ed Cady. Kevin Cady rebuilt Barn House structure and Dan Keys did interior finish. 2 ponds, flat open pastures, 5 vehicle barn, outbuildings and more. Over 10 years in the making, the transformation is complete and Hedgelawn Farm is ready for its next steward. Owner Agent. 


Rick Distelrick.distel@compass.com • (646) 417-2720
Susan Vanechsusan.vanech@compass.com • (203) 685-2348
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