This 1903 Tudor Revival in Norfolk, Connecticut, comes with 10.25 acres of land.
Moss Hill -- Norfolk, Connecticut
Built in 1903 and designed by famed New York architect Alfredo Taylor, this enormous Lutyens-inspired estate in Norwalk, Connecticut, is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Consisting of 10.25 manicured acres, the property boasts a seven-bedroom Tudor Revival mansion with a pool, greenhouse, carriage house, and two outdoor entertainment areas. There is fine-grained fir wood flooring throughout the mansion, mahogany doors with original French hardware, and plaster-lathed walls and moldings. Celebrated interior designer Christopher Peacock was enlisted to update the spacious kitchen with full amenities and detailed craftsmanship. Located in the heart of Norfolk, the property also offers its next owner the chance to be just minutes from a variety of both natural and cultural activities. Price: $5,950,000... Read More →
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Geoff Montes is the Editorial Assistant for Preservation magazine. He enjoys Art Deco architecture, any activity that can be done at the beach, and cotton candy.