WESTPORT, Conn. — William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty recently announced the firm has listed a unique Colonial farmhouse in the Greens Farms area of Westport.
The residence at 374 Greens Farms Road is represented by Westport agent Todd Gibbons and offered at $1.979 million. It has 5,500 square feet of living space and was built in 2005.
Throughout the four-bedroom, four full-bath home, one will find extensive moldings, state-of-the-art amenities and meticulous design, according to a press release. Living spaces include a family room, formal dining room, spacious foyer, library/study, kitchen with breakfast nook, laundry/utility room and more.
Four fireplaces and over 9-foot ceilings add to the residence’s interior appeal, according to a press release. French doors lead to the home’s exterior, which features a porch, terrace and other outdoor spaces.
Additional offerings include access to a nearby golf course, tennis courts, pool and more.
Greens Farms is the oldest neighborhood in Westport, dating to 1648, when the town officially gave five farmers, one of them being John Green, for whom the community is named, permission to settle on the fertile land of the Pequot Native Americans.
For more information, visit the firm’s website.
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