Residence offers four levels of updates and custom design in private residential setting
Westport, Conn. (September 17, 2015) — William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty today announced that the firm has listed a Colonial home located on a private lane in the Greens Farms area of Westport, Conn. The residence, which was built and designed by noted Fairfield County architect Peter Cadoux, is represented by Westport agent Cyd Hamer, and offered at $1,995,000.
Constructed in 1993, this four-bedroom, five and a half-bath home boasts various recent updates and renovations, while maintaining the original, timeless design of Cadoux. The residence’s flexible floor plan includes four finished levels of gracious living space and features. A stately center hall greets visitors, and leads to an expansive dining room, which steps down to a living room with arched doorways. A brand new custom kitchen was just added in February of 2015, displaying sleek finishes and the latest quality appliances. Additional updates can be found in two of the residence’s full baths, which are present on both the completed lower level and third floor. Other interior features include a turreted sitting room in the master suite, over nine-foot ceilings, a mudroom, sun room and a full house generator.
“This stunning home features four finished levels of fine living and ageless style,” said Hamer. “Its ideal location in town provides easy access to the train for commuting, and is just a short distance from golf, tennis, the beach and more. This, along with its superior construction, truly provide this residence with an unbeatable quality and overall stellar living atmosphere.”
The home additionally enjoys a private setting on its one-acre of land off Prospect Road in the pristine neighborhood of Greens Farms. Outdoor amenities include a heated pool and spa, as well as a patio, porch and terrace for multiple sitting and entertainment opportunities. A three-car garage, and close proximity to downtown Westport, public transportation, the Longshore Golf Club and beach, complete the property.
Greens Farms is the oldest neighborhood of Westport, Conn., dating back to 1648 when the town officially gave five farmers, one of them being John Green, who the community is named after, permission to settle on the fertile land of the Pequot Native Americans. The settlers eventually purchased the land from the Pequot people, expanding the Fairfield County community with establishments and civil functions.
For more information on the property, located at 30a Prospect Road, please visit the firm’s website here.
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