Washington CT Villa

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Exterior Front - This Washington CT home has a Palladian façade.

Central Entrance Hall - A Flemish tapestry, circa 1720, hangs above a 19th century console table.

Living Room - In the living room, the 17th century Spanish mirror, the sofas, and the Michelangelesque pillows are arranged to emphasize the symmetry of the architecture.

Dining Room - A George II giltwood chandelier, a Danish mirror with chinoiserie, and Regency armchairs lend a touch of formality to the dining room.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - This welcoming country kitchen combines efficient work space with an eating and sitting area furnished with antiques, including a Louis XIII wing chair, a 19th century pine table, neo-Gothic dining chairs, and a wrought-iron chandelier.

Master Bedroom - This light-filled master bedroom overlooks the garden on the east side of the house. The white of the walls, the bleached floors, the handwoven linen carpet, and the Nancy Koltes fabrics set off the circa 1720 lacquered secretary, the George III giltwood armchair, and the 19th century Swedish painted pedestal table.

Master Bedroom - Above the stone mantel is a Picasso lithograph of Françoise Gilot.

Pool - An incredible view of the rural landscape beyond the dining patio and pool.