WALLINGFORD — A four-bedroom luxury colonial on 3.15 acres near the town’s wineries and reservoirs is on the market for $875,000.
The 4,955 square-foot home at 8 Bartholomew Lane is filled with custom designs and high-end features as well as a carriage house or in-law apartment and a studio, said agent Lauren Freedman, of Coldwell Banker.
”It’s a very unique property,” Freedman said. “It’s all restored wood in a very unique setup and layout. Everything is meticulously done.”
The front and side entries feature thick columns and offer mountain views. The grounds are professionally landscaped with a winding driveway that leads to the main home and an outbuilding that could be used for an artist studio, home business, gym or more.
The sun-filled gourmet kitchen was featured in Connecticut’s Best Kitchens for its custom cabinets, limestone countertops, pantry, exposed wood beams, and high-end stainless appliances, including a sub-zero fridge, double ovens, and gas stove.
There is a flow of open space from the kitchen to the eat-in area, living room, and sitting room with a stone fireplace. The first floor has thick plank-style hardwood flooring and a large formal dining room with fieldstone fireplace.
The ceilings are high, and the wood moldings and architectural details are customized leading to a sophisticated, and elegant feel, Freedman said.
Additional details include a three-car attached garage, elevator, and a master suite with a fireplace, vaulted ceilings, and mountain views. The bathroom has a claw-foot tub, walk-in shower and double vanity.
The separate in-law carriage house has a kitchen, full bathroom, and bedroom. The home sits on a level lot at the end of a cul de sac.
For more information, call Freedman at 203-481-4571, ext. 348.