The iconic Burrwood House is a classic New England country retreat on 2+ acres in prestigious Greenfield Hill. Built in 1819 and lovingly renovated and restored by the current owners, this landmark Greek Revival was home to the prominent Fairfield Burr Family for four generations and well known as the Whitehead Estate through the 1990s. Stately interiors have been exquisitely reimagined for modern living, reflecting the perfect coupling of historic charm and timeless elegance. Included in the Smithsonian Archives, stunning formal gardens adorn the front of the home, while perennial beds reminiscent of the Cotswolds grace the back. Outbuildings include a restored cowshed/milking parlor that serves as a garage perfect for the classic car collector and a greenhouse transformed into a summerhouse where candlelit dinner parties last late into the night.