Luxist reports that Martha Stewart has placed Turkey Hill Farm, her Westport, CT, estate home, on the market. Stewart is asking $8,995,000 for the 3,100 sq. ft. home, which sits on nearly four acres of lushly landscaped grounds. The home, which has three bedrooms and two baths, was originally built in 1805. Restored by Stewart herself, the home is near vintage. There's more. According to the New York Times:
There are two greenhouses, a carriage house for guests, a "party barn" with a sleeping loft and a Japanese soaking tub, and a heated outdoor swimming pool. Ms. Stewart's gardens, with many varieties of fruit trees, rose-covered arches and "glorious peonies" are also included, said Susan Warburg, the listing broker. Ms. Stewart's home decorations are also part of the package, including the parlor floor with a dark green pattern that Ms. Stewart stenciled herself, Ms. Warburg said.
If you're a fan of Stewart's work, the home is certainly a treasure that you will love.
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