Aspetuck Corners' Landmark Estate "Stones Throw", built by Gustav Pfeiffer and designed by celebrated architect Cameron Clark, was once home to General Edwin Clark and hosted General Eisenhower on many occasions. Enjoy a quiet reprieve on the large porch overlooking the lovely property surrounded by gardens. The renovated main house with its high ceilings, numerous fireplaces, authentic details and refined style, evokes the simple elegance of a bygone era with all the conveniences of today. The home has been updated to modern standards - kitchen, bathrooms, and mechanical systems, with natural gas heat. Included are 4 bedrooms that are all ensuite, 4.5 baths, 4 fireplaces. Detailed millwork, crown moldings, and built-ins throughout. Butler's pantry and kitchen, pecan cabinets, granite, custom tiles, and a commercial gas stove are included in the Cook's kitchen. A master suite with a luxurious master bath and huge dressing room highlights the second floor with privacy and space. The 1st floor home office with fireplace offers an ensuite bath. A 19th century post and beam barn/guest house, with a large bedroom and full bath, living room with fireplace and a pantry kitchen, complete this special property. It's perfect for weekend guests or family, offering privacy and charm, and just minutes to local farms with the fall harvest, apples, cider and hayrides. Ten minutes to Fairfield/Westport trains, shops and eateries.