Stone Ledge / Lyme, Connecticut

Located about an hour south east of Hartford, Connecticut, and halfway between New York City and Boston, this three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath property is a newer house made to look old. Designed and constructed in 1990, the home was built for Albert Firestone and Norma Terris on ten acres and dubbed Stone Ledge. A granite and timber exterior sits among a Douglas fir forest, blueberry bushes, stone sculptures, and a 186 square metre tri-level granite patio. Reclaimed beams abound inside the home, matched with granite and wide plank oak floors. Nine-foot ceilings add to the airy feeling, as do the large windows found in the kitchen and guest bedrooms. 88 Salem Road, Connecticut is on the market now for $798,000 — via Curbed

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