Someone Can Find Country Bliss at Lost Acre Farm Now Listed for $16M in Connecticut

On Lost Acre Farm in Warren, getting a little lost is definitely a possibility. The 231-acre spread is an all-terrain kind of deal, featuring forest trails and open fields, along with a pond, streams and natural springs. The property also offers a circa-1820 main house, a second house, a guest cottage, stables and paddocks, all with spectacular views over Lake Waramaug.

As well as being expansive, the property comes with immense prestige. The same family has owned it for the last 70 years and the estate has welcomed many dignitaries. Home to generations of equestrians, the property’s stables, paddocks, and trails have also housed thoroughbred racehorses.

With its $16 million price tag, Lost Acre represents the highest-price listing ever in Litchfield County, offered by Pat Kennedy Lahoud of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty in Washington Depot.