STAMFORD, Conn. – William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty announced the firm has listed a restored historic farmhouse that was once a prominent hunting lodge for the residents of North Stamford.
The residence, which boasts the subtle qualities of yesteryear mixed with the luxurious comforts of today, is represented by Stamford agent Cheryl McCormick and offered at $1,289,900.
Nestled in the quaint historic neighborhood of Old Long Ridge on an acre of private land, this five-bedroom, 4 1/2-bath home built in 1927 boasts the preserved structural integrity of its original construction, according to a press release.
Previously serving as a local hunting lodge in town, the property contains a quiet country atmosphere, surrounded by expansive grounds and mature specimen plantings with multiple patios for outdoor relaxation and entertaining, according to a press release.
The home’s interior features include gleaming hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, an updated kitchen with a breakfast bar, dining area and granite countertops, French doors, two wood burning fireplaces and more, according to a press release.
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