The custom Farmington, Connecticut, estate that was at one time home of the Dulos family hit the market this month. The property is priced at $1.75 million, which reflects a 60% discount over its $4,350,000 listing price a year ago. It had been listed even higher in 2016, asking $5,249,000.
The home is a thoroughbred brick Colonial that measures 10,400 sq. ft., with six bedrooms and eight baths throughout three levels of living space. Interiors are traditional East Coast, with a tastefully simple sense of style; plank hardwood, French doors, four fireplaces with French and neoclassical entries, subway tile in the Peacock kitchen, traditional fixtures and marble in the baths.
Amenities in the home include a library, an exercise room and studio, a wine cellar, and a home office that could easily be transformed into an in-law apartment. The lot extends to 2.25 acres, with lawns, gardens and a large patio with a grill.
The estate was constructed about a decade ago.