Situated on a nine-acre site in Ridgefield, Connecticut, this English country style home is more than a luxury residence. The main feature is a 3,600-square-foot Library of Human Imagination on three maze-like levels.
Waterfront Stone Mansion with French Country Architecture
This exquisite residence in Greenwich, Connecticut is anchored with native fieldstone and limestone while incorporating French elements such as flared roofs, arched dormers, intricate iron railings and balconies.
Georgian Style Stone Mansion Recreates Old World Grandeur
Greenwich, Connecticut – This elegant stone house on a sprawling estate in Greenwich draws inspiration from the classical architecture of Georgian houses at the turn of the twentieth-century.
Restored French Normandy Style Rhode Island Seaside Estate
A historic seaside property in Middletown, Rhode Island has been extensively restored. The original 1930’s design, inspired by French Normandy country houses, was preserved and expanded to include additional wings while integrating seamlessly with the original structure.