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A sprawling farm formerly owned by musician Daryl Hall of Hall & Oates just hit the market for $16.9 million. The rocker is responsible for lovingly constructing the main residence on the property, which was a project of patience and care.In 2004, Hall made his dreams come true by dismantling and moving two 18th century houses, built by Revolutionary War captains, from the Hartford, CT area to his picturesque estate. A thoughtfully designed great room connects the two historic structures. The finished product is a 8,559-square-foot home with five bedrooms, six bathrooms, nine fireplaces, and a myriad of luxury spaces. The colonial, farmhouse mansion houses an indoor pool, media room, billiards room, fitness center, and wine cellar. Other buildings on the property offer an additional 4,000-square-feet of living space and six more bedrooms total.The “Rich Girl” singer sold his beloved property, which was called Flint Hill at the time, in 2013 to the current owners, according to Mansion Global
. They renamed it Fraser Ridge Farm and expanded the already immense estate by 200 acres, with the property now boasting a total of 432 acres of ponds, pastures, and marked trails.McGrath Realty Inc.
has the impressive listing.