Welcome Home to Mark Twain Lane, an iconic street in Redding, CT where Samuel Clemens, best known as Mark Twain, lived up until the time of his death in 1908. Imagine a home inspired by historical charm and sophistication, perfectly suited for today’s lifestyle. Built in 2000, every detail of this home will captivate you both inside and out. At just over 5,200 sq ft, the interior of the home features two levels, open floor plans, two lavish fireplaces, moldings and coffered ceilings. The main level includes a stunning kitchen that opens up to the family room with a beautiful stone fireplace, formal dining, living room and a simply perfect sunroom. The French Doors off the kitchen lead onto a large granite patio overlooking a picturesque lily pond, secret garden and gunite pool. On the second level of the home you will find the primary suite with a large, spa-like bathroom and expansive windows to truly experience the nature that surrounds the home. An additional two large bedrooms both complete with their own on-suites are found on this level. The second staircase leads up to a flexible space currently being used as the billiards room and a guest suite perfect for family and friends to relax and enjoy. This masterfully designed Colonial home sits on 3.2 acres of pristine landscaping, includes a garden and is surrounded by Stormfield Preserve’s 200 acres of open space, leading to idyllic trails.
Listing courtesy of Jessica Sigmund from Compass Connecticut, LLC