This vacation-like design is utterly timeless.
Curated with precision, the infinity pool and two-story cabana are extraordinary.
The simple yet eye-catching design is absolutely timeless.
While it complements the vernacular of Connecticut's northwest corner, this home represents a pull toward the modern end of the design spectrum.
Take one well-known Westport farmhouse, add equal parts renovation, restoration and addition.
Clarence Tantau, a prominent San Francisco architect, designed the home in the 1920s and is responsible for its Spanish Farmhouse style.
A part-time expat, her American family, and an array of animals roam this 35-acre farm.
The Oakwood Worldwide founder and Golden Globe-nominated actress have owned “il Sogno” for decades.
The home still sold for more than the movie stars paid for it in 2014, though they were initially hoping for millions more.
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