The white, classic New England colonial house at 239 Olmstead Hill Road and its nearly two-acre lot in Wilton had fallen into disrepair when the current owner took occupancy. The owner said maintenance of the house, first built in 1969, was deferred and as he walked the property he couldn’t even find half the walkways because they were so covered by dirt and overgrown vegetation. But he worked his magic and brought this property and home back to its former glory while updating it for today’s lifestyle. Click here to learn more.
Energy-efficient House in Westport ‘Big but Cozy’
Hande Gurdogan remembers how awestruck she felt in November 2017 as she stepped inside the house at 22 Warnock Drive. She wasn’t looking to spend anywhere near $2.5 millionfor a home. In fact, she planned to spend much less. But as soon as she finished touring the 7,400-square-foot home, eyeing the top-notch architecture and high-end appliances, she was sold. “It’s stylish and the quality is outstanding,” she said. “Usually in houses this big — it doesn’t have that cozy feeling. I think what makes this house special is it’s big but cozy at the same time.” Click here to read more.
A Home for Humans and Horses in Easton
It’s no surprise to learn Easton is a horse-friendly municipality. The town seems to value its agricultural heritage, as evidenced by the number of working farms and equestrian facilities that dot the landscape, the latter of which includes Gold Rush Farms, Sonnenhof Equestrian Center and Gray Friesian Farm. Click here to read more.