Exceptional Tudors

Originally from England, Tudor homes are known for their steeply pitched, multi-gabled roofs and decorative half-timber framing. The result is a unique, distinct style with striking curb-appeal. Today, we’re bringing you an exceptional collection of homes constructed in this beloved style.


1143-1155 Sasco Hill Road Fairfield, CT

Listed with Victoria Fingelly

Comprised of 20 breathtaking, beautiful acres, Sasco Point is one of the most outstanding and important waterfront estates on the Connecticut “Gold Coast.” Kept grand and splendid for almost 100 years, the exquisite and architecturally incomparable 17,000+/- square foot Elizabethan Renaissance Manor House with Tudor Gothic Revival wing discreetly provides every 21st century amenity.














114 Beachside Avenue Westport, CT

Listed with Victoria Fingelly

This magnificent 7.7 acre “Gold Coast” property offers an unparalleled aesthetic of grace and grandeur. Circa 1911, the Elizabethan Tudor residence with pool and carriage house was recently renovated to perfection, combining modern amenities with a genteel ambiance reminiscent of the early 20th century.














29 Swifts Lane Darien, CT

Listed with Susan Nix

This stunning Tudor on 2+ acres is a destination for gracious entertaining. The elegant center hall opens to a formal living room with fireplace and French doors, leading to a stone patio overlooking the rolling lawn and aerated pond. The amazing location further makes this a dream home, with beach, train, library and restaurants all in walking distance.














2011 Shippan Avenue Stamford, CT

Listed with Bryan Morris

Welcome to a stunning 5 bedroom home in Shippan Point, Stamford, with top of the line finishes and upgrades. Flooded with natural light, the home is perfect for both living and entertaining. Located in a desirable waterfront neighborhood, close to downtown Stamford restaurants, shops and entertainment.













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