Cyndi Lauper Asks $1.25M for Her Stamford, CT Retreat

The stone house was built in the French Country Colonial style.Pop star Cyndi Lauper is selling her Stamford, CT getaway for $1.25M. The True Colors singer acquired the estate around the same time she released that hit record and has used the home as a creative getaway and songwriting retreat ever since. The property's cozy guesthouse, which she converted into a music studio, is where she wrote many albums as well as the musical Kinky Boots.

The main house is a stone French Country Colonial with interiors designed by Howard Kaplan that feature hand-stenciled walls and ceilings, 19th century doors, tiles and fixtures sourced from England and France and a Cedar Mansard roof. There are 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms spread out over the 3,900 square feet and the home is sited on a 1.5-acre landscaped property with a built-in pool.

Brown Harris Stevens’ Michael B. Leventhal represents the listing, which was reported by Mansion Global.

Exposed beams are surrounded with hand stenciling. The kitchen features an L-shaped island. An antique booth serves as a breakfast nook. The guesthouse was converted into a songwriting retreat. The charming façade.