A graceful sweep of drive fringed with bluestone, clipped hedges and espaliared specimen trees transports one to a world of incredible beauty.

This supremely serene and statuesque residence is a contemporary classic of monumental grandeur that asserts a lyrical artistry and lightness of being defies gravitas.

The ultimately unique home is the design of the renowned architect Roger Ferris and was inspired by English country manors past, as created by the legendary Edwin Lutyens. Britain's famous and prolific architect.

Heralded for its imaginative adaptations of traditional period style, this extraordinary interpretations embodies a smart, sophisticated, and contemporary take on how we should live in the here and now.

The true genius of the home's refined design is in the unassuming manner in which its six levels of perfectly proportioned, warm and welcoming rooms create an atmosphere of grace and sophistication. Each richly appointed with magnificent millwork and the finest fixtures and finishes.

The glorious result is an inviting family home that rises to any occasion with ease and elegance, be it a dinner for two or an extravaganza for two hundred.

Amenities and accouterments appear on an amazing scale at every turn. A lovely accommodating Guest House stands ready to extend the invitation.

Take full advantage of spectacular views that begin with the golf course of the County Club at Fairfield.

Expand to the quaint seafaring Southport Village and its Harbor, stretch to the shimmering Long Island Sound, and finally reach across the waters to a signature Manhattan skyline.

It is, indeed, home to a sublime life lived with joyous exuberance.

10 BR | 14.4 BA | 17,735 SF | 2.50 ACRES

MLS #: 170140588

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