200 Redding Road | Easton $1,075,000

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Own a piece of local history! One of Aspetuck Corners’ famed Colonial Revival estates, built by Gustav Pfeiffer and designed by celebrated local architect Cameron Clark, Stone’s Throw was once home to General Edwin Clark and hosted General Eisenhower on a number of occasions. Wander the tranquil property, surrounded by mature trees and quiet gardens, and you’ll feel as though you’ve been swept away to the beautiful world of Stone’s Throw. The main house is filled with traditional details and refined style, evoking the simple elegance of a bygone era and a 19th century post and beam barn with guest cottage complete the scenic property.

  • 1940
    year built
  • 4,507
    square feet
  • 3.19
    acres
  • 4
    bedrooms
  • 4
    bathrooms
  • 1
    half baths
  • 4
    garages
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