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The River Run Estate in Westport, CT

This is an aerial view of the main house of the estate. You can see here that it has earthy clay tiles on its roof that makes it stand out against the surrounding green landscape. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.

On the banks of the Aspetuck River in Westport, Connecticut, is a 1950’s New England estate built back in 1955. The River Run estate is priced at $3.7 million.

The estate is measured at 11,000 square feet with seven bedrooms, ten bathrooms, a tennis court, guest cottage, greenhouse, twelve-car garage, indoor and outdoor pools, four fireplaces, a spiral staircase, detailed woodwork, tile and wood floors, a generator, and a barroom. The grounds of the estate is surrounded by mature pine and birch trees and cascading waterfalls in the backyard.

This 1950’s New England estate named River Run is listed by Sotheby’s International Real Estate.

All photos are used with permission from TopTenRealEstateDeals.com

Many homes come with water features and postcard settings, but few can match this 1950’s New England estate surrounded by mature pine and birch trees and cascading waterfalls in the backyard.

On the banks of the Aspetuck River in Westport, Connecticut, the estate includes an 11,000-square-foot mansion with stone terraces that overlook the water and stone steps that meander down to the river and a classic stone lodge hugging the river – surrounded by more stone walls and two private bridges.

Built in 1955, the compound sets on 2.75 acres and includes seven bedrooms, ten bathrooms, a tennis court, guest cottage, greenhouse, twelve-car garage, indoor and outdoor pools, four fireplaces, a spiral staircase, detailed woodwork, tile and wood floors, a generator, and a bar room. The main house is filled with cheerful sunlight from banks of French doors and windows.

Westport is one of America’s wealthiest towns, a commuting town to New York City with a history that goes back to the Revolutionary War in 1777 when British soldiers were trapped at Compo Beach by the Continental Army. It was the fictional home for Darrin and Samantha in the 1960’s TV show Bewitched and the real-life home of Paul Newman.

River Run estate, nestled along the banks of the Aspetuck River in Westport, Connecticut is now for sale. Priced at $3.7 million.

Source: www.sothebysrealty.com

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