By Caroline Biggs

Published on December 1, 2016

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Exterior

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.

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Living Room

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.

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Kitchen

Along with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, the 1,469-square-foot spread offers a gourmet kitchen with custom cabinetry and double ovens.

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Breakfast Bar

The large kitchen also features a massive center island-meets-breakfast bar that can seat up to six.

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Office

The wallpapered office boasts a walk-in closet and built-in bookshelves.

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Pool

A Victorian porch—complete with sliding glass doors and traditional columns—overlooks the saltwater swimming pool and herb garden.

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Guesthouse

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.