Tatetuck Farm $ 6,495,000

Tatetuck Farm
Tatetuck Farm
Tatetuck Farm

Listed Price

$ 6,495,000
approx. $ 6,495,000
approx. € 5.728.875,78
approx. 23,857,161.21 د.إ
approx. $ 8,945,544.02
approx. $ 8,563,170.38
approx. CHF 6,544,985.52
approx. ¥ 45,142,315.41
approx. £ 5,057,383.71
approx. $ 50,872,412.25
approx. 42.527.961 kn
approx. $ 132,261,322.20
approx. 55.053.133,34 kr
approx. 429.007.740 ₽
approx. 58 793 649,30 kr
approx. ฿ 214,010,250
approx. R 92,339,830.68
approx. $ 200,646,034.08
approx. ₱ 342,569,032.50
approx. 148 874 765,79 Kč
approx. ₨ 225,388,769.06
approx. $ 8,937,418.77
approx. $ 5,413,627.96
approx. $ 4.378.279.500
approx. B/. 6,495,000
approx. $ 12,990,000
approx. ₹ 466,895,497.64
approx. ¥ 735,181,228
approx. $ 17,556,309.75
approx. $ 9,534,432.68
approx. £ 5,057,383.71
approx. R$ 24.457.435,60
approx. ₪ 24,086,356.77
approx. ر.ع. 2,500,562.010
approx. 24 696 652,95 zł
approx. 13,726,221.24 $
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Details

  • Year: 1790
  • Location: Washington, CT, United States
  • Address: 188 Sabbaday Ln, Washington, CT 06794
  • Property type: House
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Living area: 3876 sqft (360 sqm)
  • Land area: 219.5 ac
  • Internal Reference: Q45PTT

Description

Tatetuck Farm, an iconic equestrian estate, has been in the same family for 60 years. It was acquired by a breeder of thoroughbreds as an ideal venue for the mares to foal. Beyond that it has historical and architectural significance and at 219 acres is one of the most expansive properties ever available in Washington.  The property is located on both the east and west sides of a scenic, quiet road. There are 165 acres (2 parcels) on the east; 54 (2 parcels) on the west.

Originally known as the Mitchell Farm it was owned by a very prominent and wealthy family who were early settlers in Washington. The land was farmed by several generations of Mitchells into the 20th century. The main house was built around 1790 by Simeon Mitchell, who was born in Washington in 1757 and served in the Revolutionary War. When his son married in 1809 he gave the house to him and 2 maple trees were planted to signify it was a "bride house". One of those maples remains. 

The house is considered to be one of the finest Federal style Colonials in Washington. Noteworthy are 12 over 12 window sashes, wideboard floors, wainscoting, paneled walls, and 4 fireplaces. There are 5 bedrooms, one is on the main floor with an en suite bath. From the stone terrace one overlooks the spectacular grounds that include stone and rail fencing, gardens, pool, pond, pastures, unspoiled woodlands. 

The pool, uniquely shaped as a quadrant, has a pool house with fireplace, a kitchenette, dressing room and bath.

A 2-bedroom guest house has a finished basement and garage. 

Three horse barns, with a combined total of 18 stalls, are surrounded by 10s of acres of verdant pastures and a riding ring.  There are about 80 acres of woodlands. Some of the land (131 acres) has been put in a conservation easement for the Steep Rock Association.

On the west side of the road are 2 houses and a large 15-stall barn. Both houses have 2 bedrooms and can be used as rental properties, caretaker or guest houses. Most of this land abuts the Hidden Valley portion of the Steep Rock Land Trust.

Tatetuck Farm evokes a grace and gentility mostly associated with a time gone by. One is embraced by the peacefulness here. It is a haven from a world that moves too fast, with too much noise, with too little time to enjoy simple pleasures.  

For Sale by

William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty

6 Green Hill Road
06793
Washington
United States
Member since 2015 Trusted seller
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Responsible agent
Bonnie Garguilo
SA