A lovely antique country retreat in New Preston, CT.
New Preston is a rural village in the northwestern corner of the town of Washington in Litchfield County. In the early 19th century, there were several mills and factories along the Aspetuck River which flows from Lake Waramaug into the village center. More recently, there was a retail renaissance on the main street starting in the 1980's with the opening of distinctive antique stores, garden shops, home and gift emporiums that include J.Seitz & Co, Pergola, Privet House, Dawn Hill Antiques and DK Schulman Design.
The New Preston Village Center
This exquiste antique home in New Preston was once a Quaker meeting house and retains many original details. Above is a side view of the house and patio.
There are exposed beams and vaulted ceilings throughtout the two bedroom/ two bathroom home.
Both bedrooms have a rustic and elegant charm.
The kitchen opens to a stone terrace and professionally landscaped gardens.
There is a hideaway gunite pool area with a tiered terrace and gardens.
A one car garage has an attached studio.
New Preston is nestled next to Lake Waramaug, a pristine scenic water body perfect for water sports, sunset picnics, hiking and biking.
This is a perfect house and village for a weekend getaway in Litchfield County. The house is under ten minutes to the restaurants of Washington and Bantam including Community Table Restaurant, GW Tavern and Al Tavolo well as the many distinctive shops. All of this is an easy drive from New York City in just ninety minutes.