For $1.85M, live in Mark Twain’s former Connecticut farmhouse

Posted On Tue, August 29, 2017 By

Posted On Tue, August 29, 2017 By In Celebrities, Connecticut, Cool Listings, Historic Homes

Known as “Jean’s Farm,” the 18-acre Connecticut property that literary great Mark Twain bought for his daughter in 1909, is for sale for $1.85 million. Located in Redding, the estate at 325 Redding Road includes a farmhouse built in 1787, an antique barn and a studio. While it has been recently renovated, the sprawling estate maintains its rustic charms (h/t Residents of the five-bedroom, three and a half bathroom home have access to lots of open space and greenery, as well as a heated gunite pool.

The home’s living room boasts Carlisle hickory floors, antiqued ceiling beams, a mudroom and new doors and windows. On this floor, French doors lead outside to a fire pit with a flowering garden. The kitchen features Cream Marfil marble counters, custom-made cabinetry and Gaggenau premium appliances. Plus, there is a built-in banquette dining area and a breakfast bar.


The barn, constructed in the 1860s, has been converted into a full apartment. The finished attic currently features a playroom and sports court, an art room and a gym. The property also includes a separate art studio with a 1/2 bath.

Outside, the firepit, lush gardens and heated pool provide a peaceful oasis and scenic views.

[Listing: 325 Redding Road by Lois Lehman for William Raveis Luxury Properties]



All images courtesy of William Raveis Luxury Properties

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