Per 6sqft, the bucolic estate—sprawled across three acres of farmland—is nestled inside the small town of Roxbury, Connecticut, once home to artists like Arthur Miller and Alexander Calder.
Built in the 1830s, the farmhouse still holds many of its original architectural detail, including hardwood floors, tin-tiled ceilings, crown moldings, and a stacked stone fireplace.
Along with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, the 1,469-square-foot spread offers a gourmet kitchen with custom cabinetry and double ovens.
The large kitchen also features a massive center island-meets-breakfast bar that can seat up to six.
The wallpapered office boasts a walk-in closet and built-in bookshelves.
A Victorian porch—complete with sliding glass doors and traditional columns—overlooks the saltwater swimming pool and herb garden.
There’s even a wooden-beamed guesthouse (with another full kitchen and bathroom) on the gorgeous grounds, as well as a two-car garage, barn, outdoor shower, rose garden, and apple orchard. This place could be yours for $1.365M—or $5k a month if you’d rather rent for the spring.