A sprawling 320-acre estate with an idyllic backdrop in western Connecticut, including a house built in 1820, was listed Friday for $16 million.
The Greyledge Estate spans across the Connecticut counties of Bridgewater and Roxbury and contains a historical main house, several elevated build sites and over 100 acres of farm fields over eight parcels.
“This property is a fantasy property in a way,” said Jeffrey Phillips of Mark Madonna & Phillips Real Estate Group at Sotheby’s Realty. “There is a hunting preserve, a pond for fishing, a place for riding horses. It has so much diversity.”
For owner Thomas (Terry) Fitzgerald, founder and managing partner of...