This home has grown gracefully through the years, staying current with the times but also keeping its architectural roots from its original construction date in 1765. In 1810 the home had its first expansion and then again in 1940, with a new addition of a cottage (perfect for housing guests!) and a three bay heated garage, which add to the refinement and practicality of the home. In 2001 the main house was completely renovated and expanded, while still to this day “seamlessly maintains the craftsmanship of yesteryear while introducing top-of-the-line modern conveniences,” as listing agent Barbara Martin explains.
This completely renovated and updated estate sits on six picturesque acres that adjoin 14 acres of conservation meadowland. Ideal for equestrian enthusiasts and nature lovers alike, the home is encompassed by pastures, manicured level grounds, exquisite gardens and mature trees. There is also a 5,000 square foot completely restored barn with an adjacent stone potting shed, which was recently built in 2005.
The guest cottage could be another home in itself! It has a master suite bedroom with beehive fireplace and en suite bathroom, another smaller bedroom, another bathroom, a living room with fireplace and kitchen with fireplace. The character and history of the home are seen through the master craftsmanship and detailing of the cottage’s structure. Wood beams accent the ceilings of the bedrooms and kitchen (which has all the latest amenities!). Bricks line the original kitchen floor, and stones surround the breakfast room fireplace.
430 Nod Hill Road is listed for $3,399,999 by Barbara Martin from our Wilton Brokerage. Find out more information on the home and the listing agent here.