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Sold for $805,000. Dream property! Love the hot tub and tennis courts! 25 acres in Connecticut. $795,000

October 31, 2022

This is a dream property! It was fun to look at. Love the hot tub and the ponds! Laughing Willow Farm was built in 1942. It is located on 24.71 acres in Canaan, Connecticut. The home features a stone exterior, stone fireplace, hardwood floors, vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, built-ins, attached greenhouse with hot tub and solid wood doors. The property has trails, ponds, outbuildings and tennis court. Five bedrooms, seven bathrooms and 4,002 square feet. $795,000

Contact Stephen M. Drezen with William Pitt Sothebys

From the Zillow listing:


Welcome home to Laughing Willow Farm. As you wind your way up the driveway you pass by the tennis court, mature trees, perennial gardens, and massive rock outcroppings providing a sense of calm and serenity. The stewards of the environment designed and built this home to be one with the land. Continue up the drive and you are greeted by a sprawling slate roofed home reminiscent of an English Cotswold Cottage. Its prominent stone facade and windows are surrounded by stone patios and whimsical gardens. Enter the post and beam great room through the solid wood door with Rondell glass and enjoy the massive central stone fireplace that lends to gathering on cool nights in the custom wood paneled living room. Solid wooden doors and architectural woodwork throughout the home lead to five en suite bedrooms for all to find rest and relaxation. Entertaining in the formal dining room beckons for all to gather and meet with a Vermont Castings Stove adjacent in the kitchen. As one strolls the property they can enjoy numerous ponds, trails, and spectacular vistas of Canaan Mountain. There are numerous outbuildings and barns that lend to enjoying farm and country life in the Litchfield County Hills just 2.5 hours from Manhattan. Property is made up of two parcels, taxes refer to both parcels. Property is made up of two parcels, taxes refer to both parcels.



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