STAMFORD, Conn. – William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty announced it has listed a historic New England farmhouse that maintains numerous original features in a restored, modern-day atmosphere, according to a press release.
The antique residence, which boasts various additions and updates has a listing price of $1.925 million. Resting on more than 4 acres of professionally landscaped grounds on the Stamford/Greenwich line, this classic New England property, better known as “The Mill House Estate,” dates as far back as the 1850s with additions occurring in the 1920s, according to a press release.
Remaining true to this old-world style and charm, the current owners have made meticulous updates and renovations, adding the ideal balance of modern amenities and luxuries without compromising the integrity of the residence, according to a press release. New features include a roof, windows, three new bathrooms, an updated farmhouse kitchen with gourmet appliances and hardwood flooring, a new master bathroom, a new central air conditioning system and more.
On the estate grounds, one will find mature trees and specimen plantings, as well as an in-ground pool and pool house, which includes two changing rooms, bathroom facilities and a party room with a refrigerator and sink, according to a press release.
The property additionally offers a four-car garage with a legally rentable upper-level five-room apartment/guest cottage, according to a press release.
For more information on “The Mill House Estate,” located at 93 Riverbank Road, please go here.
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