31 Saw Mill Hill Road - Ridgefield, Connecticut
The old saw mill on 1.81 acres built in 1716 was the key element to the 18th and 19th century complex that once thrived in Ridgefield. The man-made mill pond gracefully cascades down almost 25 feet to create a rushing stream which passes by the stone terrace and the lower level of the home. The spectacular, two-story circular window designed by architect Kenneth Lange is a unique architectural detail which has been featured in Ridgefield magazine and Home magazine. Exposed beams, rich wood floors, and inviting fireplaces enchant all. On the top floor, there are two guest rooms and a full bathroom. From the road, the careening waters nor dramatic landscape can be seen, only those with invitations can experience the enchantment first hand.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman