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Designed by celebrated architect, Harrie T. Lindeberg, an associate to the legendary Stanford White, this exquisite Norman French estate displays Lindeberg's signature elegance and artistry while evoking a masterful, modern style. The result is a seamless harmony that is stunning, deeply welcoming, and timeless. Set in the prestigious Khakum Wood Association off picturesque Round Hill Road, this home is immersed in light. Its wonderfully scaled rooms include a 19' x 39' grand living room with chestnut and pine cathedral ceiling and an unusually large knotty pine paneled library. Details such as the lead-paned windows, Ludovici tile roof, and splendid period hardware exemplify the architectural merit of this pre-war masterpiece. An original carved European fireplace graces the great room which has three bronze french doors leading to the back lawn. The large entrance hall and reception room, bay windowed dining room and library all have fireplaces. A stone floored rathskeller on the lower level is perfect for billiards or family gatherings. Staff quarters are expansive. A garage apartment can be used for staff, guests, private studio, office or as a gym. A separate wing currently housing staff is flexible in use as well. Five plus acres of pristine woodlands and sweeping lawns offer an idyllic setting for outdoor exploration, nature walks, and endless delight. Lake for fishing and skating and a spectacular hourglass pool.
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Listing Courtesy ofCompass Connecticut, LLC