The country estate of legendary producers Thomas Miller and Robert Boyett is now available for sale in Salisbury Connecticut. Meticulously designed by Acheson Doyle Partners, beautifully landscaped and finished with the finest materials, the 9-bedroom main house is on more than 470 pristine acres and boasts unparalleled western views of the Berkshire Mountain Range. The entrance hall, with a grand staircase, opens to a dramatic 39-foot-long formal dining space with a soaring 32-foot-tall (3 story) glass atrium ceiling. Several living spaces on the main floor including a light-filled 47-foot great room, a handsome library as well as a spacious living room compliment an exceptionally appointed designer quality chef's kitchen with a large butler's pantry and views of the formal gardens and orchard. There are two primary bedrooms, both with luxuriously appointed ensuite primary bathrooms, dressing rooms, and french doors to outdoor deck space with exceptional views. The guest rooms are well appointed with ensuite bathrooms. There are 2 large offices, 2 small offices, and a conference room, all light-filled. The Roof Deck surrounding the Atrium glass skylight has 360-degree views of Mt. Tom, Bear Mountain, and the Berkshire Mountain range. In addition to a 3-bedroom (1900 square foot) Caretaker's Cottage, the property also includes an Expansive Outdoor Pool, a Spa (seats 15), Tennis Court, a Barn with Property Office, a Warehouse, and Art Storage Building. Finally, a rustic log cabin on the highest point of the property has the best views of the Twin Lakes in the county.
Courtesy of ELYSE HARNEY REAL ESTATE CT, ELYSE MORRIS
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