Litchfield's Historic District
This architecturally significant home is located in Litchfield's historic district on South Street. Originally built as a boys boarding school for Oliver Wolcott's son, this residence is one of the fine examples of the mid-late 19th century homes that graced Litchfield's center. Situated on 2.6 acres, the property has sweeping, level lawns, a south side pergola and terrace and a heated in-ground lap pool. Step inside the foyer to grandness that includes a formal Living Room and Library with 9' ceilings, five fireplaces, a formal Dining Room with custom built-ins, complete Chef's Kitchen, butler's pantry, a seating area with fireplace and french doors to a large exterior deck for entertaining. There is a paneled, cozy den off the Living Room with fireplace and powder room. The second floor has six bedrooms including a grand Master Suite with 9' ceilings, fireplace, three closets, full bath & dressing area. Two en-suite bedrooms, nursery, large laundry area & linen closets, the children's bunk room and hall bath complete the second floor. Enjoy gracious living with all the modern amenities. Truly an outstanding village residence! Less than .5 miles to the village center. Several points of interest including the Library, Tapping Reeve House, Law School and Meadow are along the way. Enjoy the village green with shops and restaurants. Just 2 hrs. from NYC, close to White Memorial, skiing, hiking trails, horseback riding and swimming.