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Alexander Catlin House circa 1778
Introducing the Alexander Catlin House c. 1778, one of Litchfield's architecturally significant homes, blending today's modern amenities with the beauty and grandeur of the original historic elements. This meticulously maintained Center Hall Colonial estate features hardwood floors, hand-painted murals and wood-burning fireplaces along with exquisite architectural details of dentil molding and master-crafted wainscoting and library bookcases. Upon arrival, the circular driveway and professionally-manicured grounds welcome you to this elegant, yet easy living four bedroom, four full and one half bath home. Beautifully restored to suit modern living, this gracious manor features a chef's kitchen with six-burner Viking range, side by side Subzero refrigerators and wine fridge. The open-concept great room and fully-equipped wet bar with ice-maker provide a central space for entertaining and gathering around the large kitchen island. The main level also offers an inviting banquet-sized dining room with built-ins and pantry, separate den and French doors leading to the spectacular outdoor space. Step outside to enjoy the picturesque lawn and garden with charming stone pathways and gorgeous pool, perfect for warm-weather entertaining! The upper level offers an exclusive primary bedroom suite featuring 12 x 15' dressing room with floor-to-ceiling custom shoe racks and wall-to-wall closets, three En-suite guest bedrooms with expansive bathroom space and laundry room. Inviting guest quarters located over the one-car detached garage provide an ideal setting for visitors. Enjoy all that Litchfield County, Connecticut has to offer including fine dining, local wineries, hiking, biking and golfing. A fine central location between New York City and Boston.