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The four-acre property features an infinity pool, a pool house and a tennis court. Janet Milligan of Sotheby's International Realty has the listing (203-618-3120).
Milbrook Association Half-Tudor
Founded in the 1920s, the Milbrook Association offers the rare opportunity to live conveniently close to town but in a serene park-like setting of classic homes. The 5,306-square-foot half-Tudor features beautiful Arts & Crafts styling throughout, including plaster beams, coffered ceilings, oak paneling and built-in cabinetry. The home features a Kitchens by Deane renovated kitchen, six bedrooms, three full baths (plus one half-bath) and a landscaped, one-acre lot. Ellen Mosher of Coldwell Banker in Old Greenwich has the listing (203-637-4581).
Greenfield Hills, Fairfield
Cruise the more rural roads around the towns of Westport and Fairfield and if you spot a vintage estate that makes you swoon, chances are it was designed by 1930s-era Connecticut architect Cameron Clarke. Famous for his long, winding driveways leading up to white-clapboard manses with refined Greek Revival or Federal flourishes, Clarke designed this Fairfield equestrian farm, which includes a circa-1935, 5,338-square-foot home as well as a four-stall horse barn with a caretaker's apartment, all on six acres. Additional features: five bedrooms, including a master suite with a balcony overlooking the property, a pool and a pretty rose garden. Rick Higgins of the Higgins Group in Fairfield has the listing (203-254-9000).
The owner of this home is an interior designer, whose stylish hand is evidenced throughout, especially in its chic palette of whites, neutrals and animal prints.