You Can Nab This Lovely Six-Acre Litchfield County Compound for $1.2M

Litchfield County is lush with lovable homes, many of them rustic and well-apportioned to showcase the surrounding pastoral landscape. And just as the Connecticut area’s real estate market is indeed full to the brim with beauties, some up for sale and others happily occupied, so are dailyDEEDS’ archives featuring said spreads. There’s always room for another, however, and this time it’s a compound centered by a harmonious house made of wood and stone in sleepy Sharon, CT.

Spanning a total of 5,057 square feet, the home and its satellites count a total of 4 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. That main structure, with huge windows and curved statement walls reminiscent of aged barrels, cuts a barn-like silhouette. Cavernous spaces with stone fireplaces beckon for warm holiday entertaining or cozy days in. Then, perched at the highest point of the silo-esque portion, a studio awaits with soaring ceilings and views that may effortlessly inspire the easel.

Also on the nearly six-acre lot lies a pool and pool house, painted a subtle sage and equipped with spaces for lounging and lazing. Elsewhere, a garden house sits amidst the greenery. The entire estate looks out to the Upper Housatonic Valley and Mohawk Ski area, encouraging tranquility throughout.

Nearby a plethora of quaint New York and Connecticut antique spots, and not too far from the Berkshire Mountains, this compound offers divine Connecticut countryside living. Andrew Gates of Houlihan Lawrence holds the listing, which was recently reduced in price from $1.295 million to $1.175 million.