This beautiful Georgian Revival Colonial mansion in Watertown, CT is known as the Lilley House. It was built in 1926 for Theodore Lilley, son of Connecticut Governor George L. Lilley. Situated in the historic area by Taft School, this rare 3.3 acre estate has been meticulously restored and is of significant historic and architectural interest. The superbly designed, and luxuriously appointed, twenty-five room home is accented by a free-form heated Gunite pool, an idyllic pond, and professional park-like landscaping. This estate is remarkable in every way. This exquisite home features quality and character throughout and includes, intricate mill-work, a gracious entry foyer with a turned staircase, 5 en-suite bedrooms including a private apartment. Three fireplaces and two additional gas fireplaces in both finished porches. This home is simply one of a kind from its architecture to its history and pride of ownership. The perfect home for intimate or grand entertaining.
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