Sited at the end of a long driveway, the home contrasts an original stone facade with walls of windows and colorful slate flooring.
A recently listed property in the rural town of Washington, Connecticut, comes with a renovated midcentury home and the serenity of 25 acres. Located just down the road from a 1940s cottage also up for sale, the heavily wooded compound is a stark contrast from the concrete jungle of New York City two hours away. The three-bedroom home, originally built in 1957, also benefits from a two-year renovation that allows the home's original features and bucolic surroundings to take center stage.
Offering just over 2,300 square feet of living space, the sunlit home features numerous windows throughout the interior. An open floor plan connects the living area with the dining room and kitchen on the main level. All of the bedrooms, as well as the home's two bathrooms, located down a hallway. Downstairs, a walk-out basement and bonus area adds to the earthy feel with more stone walls and flooring.
Outside, multiple patios and a hilltop gunite swimming pool provide opportunities to enjoy the quiet surroundings. While there's plenty to explore without leaving the property, numerous land preserves and hiking trails are just a short drive away. A recent cut of $100K brings the asking price down to $1,350,000. Keep scrolling to see more.