For $1.2M, this stone Cotswold cottage in Greenwich, Connecticut has Anglophile appeal
On three magical acres landscaped with weeping willow trees and enchanting gardens, this Cotswold-style cottage isn’t set in the rolling hills of rural England but in Greenwich, CT, less than an hour from New York City. Cotswold cottages are famous for their stone-clad beauty, and this one on Connecticut’s gold coast, asking $1.195 million, is no exception.
Through a pair of iron garden gates is a unique escape that’s also a well-appointed home. The path to the front door of this charming stone cottage weaves through a magical garden.
Inside the home, a spacious cathedral-ceilinged studio serves as its centerpiece. The space is surrounded by windows from floor to ceiling.
A compact kitchen has granite worktops and built-in, top-quality appliances. Adjacent is a formal dining room, followed by a cozy step-down living room with a fireplace.
French doors open onto a terrace that overlooks the property’s fabulous landscape. Gardens surround the house and slope down to the pond on nearly three acres of private land.
The home’s master suite is on the first floor. Upstairs are two family bedrooms with an updated bath.
On the home’s lower level you’ll find a laundry room and a two-car garage–and a remarkable surprise. A wine cellar with a remarkable arched stone ceiling fits perfectly into this English cottage fantasy.
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Images courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence.