Located on the beautiful Old Black Point peninsula, this colonial architect-owned house, built in 1937, has idyllic water views of Long Island sound along with its delightful seabreezes. Overlooking 1.6 landscaped acres, which includes a rolling front lawn, mature trees, stonewalls and privet hedges. The 14 room home offers more than 4000 ft.² of gracious living space, including a large open kitchen with stainless steel island that opens directly into a cathedral ceiling family room. In addition, there is a formal living room, formal dining room, 4 fireplaces, 8 bedrooms, 5 full bathrooms and a half bathroom. Renovated by the London editor of Remodelista - think Scandinavian minimalist fused with traditional, seaside colonial - the house has been featured in several design publications and many photo shoots. The light filled interior has a flexible floor plan, where both formal and casual spaces flow gracefully and spill out onto the bluestone dining terrace with outdoor fireplace and two generous porches; perfect for large family gatherings yet cozy enough for a quiet escape in front of the fire. Close to Mystic, Stonington and Watch Hill. The home is convenient to town, restaurants, yoga studios, museums, farmers market’s, golf, sailing, fishing, marinas and all forms of major transportation. Private beach, tennis, golf and croquet amenities are available for property owners and are subject to acceptance of application for membership in the Old Black Point Association.
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX on the Bay.