A Stylish Connecticut Lake House with Something For Everyone Asks $6.75M

On Lake Waramaug in Washington, the Connecticut town Gilmore Girls‘ Stars Hollow was modeled after, a lake house of the utmost versatility has hit the market. Asking $6.75 million, the private estate can make all its inhabitants happy whether the property is a full-time home or a refuge for vacations. It’s the ultimate people pleaser in the best way possible.

Built in 2010, the 11,000-square-foot main house, surrounded as it is by 30 acres of verdant greenery, basks in the peacefulness of nature. Such a massive scale makes way for a wide array of amenities—the lower level alone counts a home theater, golf simulator, billiards room, gym, and 1,000-bottle wine cellar. The home’s 5 bedrooms with lovely views can house the respective movie buffs, gym enthusiasts, and sommeliers.

But the home’s truest admirers will be those who find pleasure in nature and design. The hand-cut sandstone exteriors give way to intricate mahogany woodwork inside. Large windows break up such warmth, the swaths of glass giving a glimpse of the water not far away. The property counts 100-feet of uninhibited lake frontage, with a pebble beachfront and boat dock on the premises.

Ira Goldspiel and Steve Pener of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty have the listing.