Author: Diane di Costanzo

Often called the sixth of the Harvard Five architects, Lee was known for creating one-of-a-kind residences in New Canaan.

The same architecture firm that revived Colonial Williamsburg restored this rural Connecticut home on 53 acres.

Resembling a castle, this nearly 15,000-square-foot home with ample horse trails nearby offers a traditional take on luxury living.

The Connecticut island that the beloved company Copps Island Oysters is named after is on the market with almost six acres.

Now that remote working is the norm, New Yorkers are snapping up elegant Litchfiled County estates just like this exquisite property called Dover House.

No one will need to sing "Wake me up when September ends" while working and Zooming from home at this picturesque pad.

Falotico and his late wife designed and built this artist-friendly home on one of the highest points in all of Connecticut.

Built to FEMA standards, this cedar-shake shingle-style waterfront home is prepared for the best and the worst of living by the water.

Dubbed "Sandtucket," this Westport, CT haven with private beach access can be a splashy summer getaway or a forever home.

In tiny Warren, a quaint Connecticut town with a population of just 1,400 people, this waterfront getaway awaits.

The award for the Fairfield County home likely to burn the most calories might just go to this listing as it offers amenities for both sporting and leisure activities.

Designed by architect Mark Finlay, this pristine coastal mansion is has everything from a home theater to a gift-wrapping room.