A New Canaan Manor with Delightfully Vintage Flair Previously Featured in CTC&G Is Up for Sale

If this newly listed New Canaan mansion looks familiar to longtime readers, that’s because it graced the cover of the CTC&G December 2009 issue. And, it still stuns today. Architect David Dumas gets credit for the top-to-bottom refresh of the red brick main house, which is set on nearly 4.5 acres, at the end of a gracious avenue of London Plane trees.

The update put a polish on the circa-1986 home which now features interior embellishments, including arched doorways, handcrafted hearths, custom French doors, and more. But the 8,286-square-foot interiors are also modern in spirit, with amenities such as a lower-level gym, au pair suite, and mirrored dance studio; three offices, including one designed for kids; a glamorous primary suite with two dressing rooms; and six additional bedrooms.

The landscaped grounds feature a pool, athletic field, gardens, and barn, covering you for all sorts of activities or entertaining. It’s all listed for $3.85 million with Toni-Ann Vittoria of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty.