Classic Ct Antique Home Set On 15 Acres
11 Wampum Hill is an unparalleled opportunity. This classic Ct antique, set on 15 acres w/protected views on all sides, is one of the few historic family compounds remaining in Fairfield County. It has had only 2 owners since the 1600s. The main house was built in 1840 by Wilton’s prominent Sturges family on an original land grant & was sensitively enlarged in 1927 to become the retreat of its current owners. It is a wonderful place to live, to appreciate nature, history, & family. This home is captivating! The gracious living & dining rms are perfect places for everything from large parties to board games/jigsaw puzzles. There are wide-board, original hardwd floors, 4 fireplaces, wood beams, built-ins, triple hung windows, 8 generously sized bedrms, 6 1/2 bathrms & a large kitchen/pantry combination. This home also works beautifully for today’s family, w/multiple office spaces, playrms, & amazing closets. The master bedrm has a dressing/sitting rm. A lovely screened porch features a built-in day bed, & a flagstone terrace overlooks beautiful lawns/gardens. There is plenty of rm for serious gardeners or farm-to-table growers. Its 15 acres straddle 2 towns. The main house, cottage, garden shed, orchard, & surrounding property are in Weston, w/its excellent schools, while the barn, pasture, & lake are in Wilton, together w/ the charming “little house” that was the original Sturges homestead. Become the 3rd owners of 11 Wampum Hill Rd. Come for a visit & stay for centuries! 9.25 acres of this property is located in Wilton. The total additional taxes for this property is 9,352/year. 8.95 acre portion of Wilton property across from the Main House (garage, little house, pasture area)-Land and buildings subject to conservation easement). Additional Property Potentially available. Guest Cottage is approximately 1033 square feet. It has 2 bedrooms and one bath. If you search for "11 Wampum Hill Road, Weston", Google Earth directs you to the wrong property; the property is located on Wampum Hill Road between Honey Hill Road and Cannon (Wilton)/Cannondale (Weston) Road.