THE MOST INCREDIBLE LAND!!! You must see this amazing two story white-washed brick French Provincial house built in 1939. The most exceptional views of deep forests and rolling open fields on 27.88 acres in middlebury and 63 adjacent acres in Watertown which are bisected by Hop Brook. Among its nine total rooms are five bedrooms including a newly upgraded and expanded master suite, three newly upgraded full baths, and two newly upgraded half-baths. The residence features a formal living and dining room, newly upgraded and expanded kitchen, five fireplaces. Common rooms and bedrooms are preserved in original form, including the oak parquet floored parlor. All main floor rooms have rear French doors that lead to a large brick-wall and herringbone redbrick walkway bordered garden. Centered in this landscaper’s dream is a heated pool with a westward infinity view over open fields.
This country manor was constructed at the end of the eclectic period of architecture, technically classified as a towered French Eclectic designed by notable architect William Harmon Beers. William Beers, son and namesake of a Brooklyn brownstone architect, was a captain in the First World War. A full upgrade and modernization arrived in 2020. Large gourmet eat in kitchen and all bathrooms were upgraded with period-appropriate fixtures and the kitchen was expanded to include the covered porch with modern appliances. The complete home and master suite was enlarged and remodeled in 2020
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