"Littlewood Cottage" was designed by the distinguished New York architect and Washington Resident, Richard Henry Dana (1879-1933) in 1916. He designed several houses in Litchfield County, perhaps best known is "Topsmead", the Edith Chase Estate, in Litchfield, CT. "Littlewood" is a stucco, Tudor style house that has been owned by only three families since its construction. The current owner purchased "Littlewood" in 2003 and undertook a thoughtful, tasteful and complete renovation in 2004 and 2005 with meticulous attention to every detail, retaining the design and character of the original house and garden, transforming the summer cottage into a spectacular year-round home. Located on coveted East Street in Washington, CT, "Littlewood" is situated on 9.14 professionally landscaped acres with stunning gardens, extensive bluestone terraces, mature trees, over 15,000 daffodils, meadow, stonewalls, rock outcroppings, and spectacular westerly views over protected land and breathtaking sunsets. There is a chef's dream kitchen with custom cabinetry, marble and mahogany counter tops, Sub-Zero Refrigerator/Freezer, Viking six burner gas cook-top and a pair of Thermador Convection Ovens. There are three en-suite bedrooms, formal living room with fireplace and intimate dining area, country dining room with french doors and a summer kitchen. There is an attached oversized two car garage at the end of a long driveway. A rare opportunity to own one of the finest homes in Washington, CT.