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Some houses in Connecticut are literal converted farms. Others are farmhouses that have been upgraded from their traditional roots, and at the farmhouse on 33 Chestnut Woods Road in Redding, there aren’t any signs of its 1938 origins.
Listed for $5.5 million, the Redding home was redesigned in 2020 with the help of “renowned architects, designers and local artisans,” according to the listing, and pairs “rustic natural elements” with contemporary details. On the home’s nearly 5 acres of land, there’s a heated pool and a “pool house barn,” which opens up to the outdoor patio through a garage-style door, according to listing agent Roni Agress of the Ridgefield brokerage of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty.