This Farmington, CT Estate Is a Golfer’s Dream Asking $3.85M
In Farmington, a circa-1907 Arts-and-Crafts-Style Tudor is on the market for $3.85 million. And for those who love hitting the golf course, it couldn’t have a better location. The traditional masterpiece, built by Peabody & Stearns originally and restored by Soraghan Brothers, sits right next to the Farmington Country Club golf course. It certainly helps that the nine-acre grounds are also perfect for practicing chipping and putting.
Beyond the location and lot, the sprawling manse impresses all on its own. The home was built for entertaining—which we’ll one day get back to—with a massive kitchen, featuring a stone fireplace, a separate caterer’s kitchen, and a butler’s pantry. The adjoining dining hall, also with a fireplace, is large enough to seat 16 or more. And there are five bedrooms, including the main suite, with two full bath areas, walk-in closets with a large dressing room, and a sleeping porch.
Offering 10,823-square-feet of living space, this could be the perfect change-up for buyers coming from the city. Scott Glenney of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.