The posh countryside property marries breathtaking Tudor-inspired design with impressive landscaping.
Author: Diane di Costanzo
For affluent architecture lovers in search of a unique vacation, this rental could be the chance of a lifetime.
Oodles of water views, splashes of chic style, and loads of luxury make the New England property a strong contender for affluent buyers.
Modernism and timelessness all fit in one, tidy package here.
Those who stay away from cookie-cutter residences and instead seek quirky real estate finds will love this home with its own three-story silo.
Like a real-life doll house, the historic residence exudes charm on the outside but is full of modern delights for foodies inside.
Providing ample opportunities for a new owner to name-drop, records show a design legend also came by this estate.
The magazine-worthy estate defined by its red brick exterior and interior charm has been refreshed by architect David Dumas.
Within the classic and hospitable manor, you'll find perks like a wine cellar, bunkroom, pizza oven, and more.
With 231 acres of open fields, forest trails, and darling historic houses for hosting, you could never run out of room or natural splendor here.
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All about curves, this shingle-style home near quaint beaches is both dramatic and approachable.
Meet a darling Connecticut antique where "La vie en rose" is more than just a phrase, but a true lifestyle.
From perfecting the open-plan interiors to putting in a pool, the seller took the time to really revitalize this circa-1964 home for the next owner.
Fully operational until the 1950s, the mill was constructed to take advantage of the rushing waters of a tributary to the Connecticut River and still has its own waterfall.
Disassembled and relocated to a quiet Lyme lot, the home may be old but it's far from outdated.
An entertainer's delight, it features perks like a 300-bottle wine cellar and a newly-constructed fieldstone pool house.
Secluded on 48 acres, the home is a picturesque New England paradise.
Architect Stephen B. Jacobs and interior designer Andi Pepper crafted this spectacular spread on almost 18 acres.
Brought to life in 1921, this rare 101-year-old abode is as fabled as a storybook tale yet has swanky new updates like a helipad.
Here's some hard data that paints a picture of the year soon behind us.
As ready for hosting as working from home or having spa-like experiences, this 121-year-old abode is well-rounded to suit many buyers.
The 7,100-square-foot main house was designed by a team that included the British firm Colefax & Fowler, famed for its fabrics, wallpapers, and celebrity clients.
The renowned singer came here to view an antique car in the late 1970s, and purchased the 200-acre property instead that same day.