160 Clark Hill Road

Glastonbury, CT 06073 Directions
$3,395,000
  • 5Bed
  • 4/2Baths
  • 10,152Sqft
  • 6.84Acres
  • 1999Built
  • NayaugElementary

Property Highlights

  • Mid. School: Gideon Welles
  • Jr. High School: Smith
  • High School: Glastonbury
  • Neighborhood: South Glastonbury
  • Price/Sqft: $334
  • Days on Market: 40
  • MLS: 170237909

Property Highlights

  • Mid. School: Gideon Welles
  • Jr. High School: Smith
  • High School: Glastonbury
  • Neighborhood: South Glastonbury
  • Price/Sqft: $334
  • Days on Market: 40
  • MLS: 170237909

Welcome to Auberge de Pomme, the Apple Inn. A High Country estate on 6.8 private acres built in classic European style. Fourteen inch thick stone walls and a blanket of Boston ivy insulate from winter winds and summer sun. Walk to world class fruit orchards, state forest trails, an equestrian center and a top-notch winery. Views of Hartford and the setting sun are spectacular, even from the basement. A commercial-grade steel infrastructure supports 100 squares of thick black slate that should last more than a century. Eight sets of mahogany French doors open to stone terraces that feel like Tuscany. Air conditioning? The owners would rather enjoy...

Property Highlights

  • Mid. School: Gideon Welles
  • Jr. High School: Smith
  • High School: Glastonbury
  • Neighborhood: South Glastonbury
  • Price/Sqft: $334
  • Days on Market: 40
  • MLS: 170237909

Welcome to Auberge de Pomme, the Apple Inn. A High Country estate on 6.8 private acres built in classic European style. Fourteen inch thick stone walls and a blanket of Boston ivy insulate from winter winds and summer sun. Walk to world class fruit orchards, state forest trails, an equestrian center and a top-notch winery. Views of Hartford and the setting sun are spectacular, even from the basement. A commercial-grade steel infrastructure supports 100 squares of thick black slate that should last more than a century. Eight sets of mahogany French doors open to stone terraces that feel like Tuscany. Air conditioning? The owners would rather enjoy al fresco dining six months of the year and open doors to fresh air every day and windows at night to chirping gray treefrogs and spring peepers. Interior details took 20 years to complete. A massive Murano glass chandelier greets guests. Antique chestnut, oak and pine are used for posts, beams, staircases, floors, cabinets, and library walls. They provide warmth not found in most large homes. The kitchen can accommodate 30 people for Thanksgiving dinner. The master bath floor is limestone from France, 300 years old. The sweeping staircase is French limestone with hand-wrought iron railing. Eight fireplaces provide comfort. Custom plaster molding and ornaments crafted by modern experts reflect the masters of the past. This home is one of a kind and needs the care of owners with passion for this very special lifestyle.

Welcome to Auberge de Pomme, the Apple Inn. A High Country estate on 6.8 private acres built in classic European style. Fourteen inch thick stone walls and a blanket of Boston ivy insulate from winter winds and summer sun. Walk to world class fruit orchards, state forest trails, an equestrian center and a top-notch winery. Views of Hartford and the setting sun are spectacular, even from the basement. A commercial-grade steel infrastructure supports 100 squares of thick black slate that should last more than a century. Eight sets of mahogany French doors open to stone terraces that feel like Tuscany. Air conditioning? The owners would rather enjoy al fresco dining six months of the year and open doors to fresh air every day and windows at night to chirping gray treefrogs and spring peepers. Interior details took 20 years to complete. A massive Murano glass chandelier greets guests. Antique chestnut, oak and pine are used for posts, beams, staircases, floors, cabinets, and library walls. They provide warmth not found in most large homes. The kitchen can accommodate 30 people for Thanksgiving dinner. The master bath floor is limestone from France, 300 years old. The sweeping staircase is French limestone with hand-wrought iron railing. Eight fireplaces provide comfort. Custom plaster molding and ornaments crafted by modern experts reflect the masters of the past. This home is one of a kind and needs the care of owners with passion for this very special lifestyle.

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  • Additional Information
    • Days On Market: 39
    • Elementary School: Nayaug
    • High School: Glastonbury
    • Junior High School: Smith
    • Living Area SqFt: 10,152
    • Middle School: Gideon Welles
    • Neighborhood: South Glastonbury
    • Sewer: Septic
    • Status: Active
    • Style: Chateau, European
    • Tax Amount: $41,403
    • Tax Year: July 2019-June 2020
    • Type: Single Family For Sale
    • Year Built: 1999
  • Interior/Exterior Features
    • Appliances Included: Gas Cooktop, Wall Oven, Microwave, Range Hood, Refrigerator, Freezer, Subzero, Icemaker, Dishwasher, Washer, Dryer, Wine Chiller
    • Attic: Yes
    • Beds: 5
    • Exterior Siding: Brick, Stone, Stucco
    • Full Baths: 4
    • Half Baths: 2
    • Heat: Radiant
    • Laundry Room: Main Level, Upper Level
    • Pool Description: In Ground Pool, Spa, Heated, Gunite
    • Rooms: 13
    • Total Baths: 6

Listing Courtesy of Arruda Real Estate Associates.

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