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Moving In: Hidden Valley Estate

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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Moving In: Hidden Valley Estate

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I've got a good one for you today folks! Located in Connecticut (surprised me too!) is this amazing 1920s historic estate designed by architect Edward C. Dean. The home was designed for a renown NY surgeon and NY socialite, oh la la! The architecture of the home is reflective of the original families love of travel and collecting artifacts. With over 275 acres of land, and over 8,000 sq ft of living space, you're sure to be comfortable here! (ABOVE) The front of this home is brilliant. How great are those towers! It's a mixture between castle and chateau--castle chateau chic! I love the stone wall and green hedges growing along it. The hedges soften the wall and home. To the far right, you'll notice a bridge that crosses over a stream and leads to the main house.

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(1) A mile long private driveway leads to the main house. Two ivy towers flank the entry to the main house. Not having a gate, allows the original architecture of the home to speak. A gate would distract from the stone walls. I get a very English vibe from this photograph.
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(2) The property is equally impeccable. With over 275 acres of land, this estate would make for the perfect getaway. A long walk, or a little fishing in the pond. It's a home to relax in from the hustle and bustle of city living
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(3) I love the back of the home. I find it to have a different vibe from the front of the house. While the front of the home felt more like a castle, the back of the home feels more like a country, farm-type house.  
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(4) This seating area has got a very laid back, outdoors thing going for it. The wood furnishings look great against the stone facade. As much as I like the rustic vibe of the patio, I'd rather it be fully done in blue slate, and for the two sections to be connected. I'm guessing the owners decided to leave it in its original condition? 
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(5) The pool deck has a farmhouse vibe. A one bedroom guesthouse is adjacent the pool. With a property this gorgeous you're sure to get a lot of visitors! I wonder if the pool is original to the home? It sure looks it!
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(6) Whenever I see such open spaces I just dream of running! It probably has to do with city living for me. The property is definitely a dream playground for the kids. I remember loving to adventure through the woods growing up. What do you think of the home? Would you move in? 

 

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4 Comments:

At August 21, 2013 at 1:02 PM , Blogger Vicky Victoria said...

hey sweetie
really nice look! I have to admit that I am
a huge fun of your style! You are like one of
the post fashion blogs on my list!! I am following
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Love
Vicky

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At August 21, 2013 at 1:50 PM , Blogger (BAD) Blog About Design said...

Hey Vicky!

Thanks for stopping by and for the sweet comment. I will definitely check out your blog. It's great to hear that you're a new BAD reader :)

 
At August 21, 2013 at 6:10 PM , Blogger Ana said...

amazing pics

www.lessismoreblog.com

 
At August 21, 2013 at 6:18 PM , Blogger (BAD) Blog About Design said...

Hey Ana,

Aren't they just fab!

 

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