A 16-Acre Resort-Like Spread in Ridgefield is Available for $4.2M
To round out our cultural tour, consider the circa-1905 Ridgefield estate Eugene O’Neill called home during the 1920s, said to be the inspiration for his opus play Desire Under the Elms. Called Brook Farm, today it’s a 16-acre, resort-like spread with a saltwater pool, a pond, running trails and a barn with second-story guest quarters. The 7,506-main house is an elegant ramble of white clapboard with one of the prettiest back-to-front entrance halls we’ve seen: It’s got its own hearth, sitting area and grand double staircase. In all, the home offers seven fireplaces, along with seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms. Laura Freed of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty has the $4.2 million listing.
7,506 sq. ft.
Contact: Laura Freed at William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty, williampitt.com
The grand entry hall features a columned fireplace.
French doors in the living room access the patio.
A look at the spacious kitchen.
There is a breakfast area and sitting area off the kitchen.
A fireplace anchors the formal dining room.
The home features a sun room.
A look at the spacious master bedroom.
The luxurious master bathroom.
The property features a pool.