Wareham Farm, beautifully sited on the Ware River, looking into Mobjack Bay is an exquisitely rare offering on 60+ acres. This grande dame was designed by the chief restoration architect at Monticello, Floyd Johnson, AIA. Getting to know these sellers through the years and Marketing their property, which they had lovingly restored, was a true labor of love. Representing my clients is one of the great honors and also often one of the greatest pleasures as relationships are so important in life and in business. The Link Below will take you to my sold listing of Wareham Farm, 5841 White Hall Road in Gloucester, Virginia. I represented the Sellers in this transaction.
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Old Virginia Brick was used in this home. It is absolutely stunning!
Crafted and constructed by renowned Laplante Construction with the finest materials available around the world, Monticello-Somers utilizes the same materials Jefferson used to create his plantation home, including handmade bricks from Virginia that are laid in Flemish bond. The façade’s exterior design, dimensions, and footprint are historically accurate, including the home’s signature dome roof.
ABOUT SOMERS, CONNECTICUT.
Only nine miles from Springfield, Massachusetts, the charming border town of Somers, Connecticut boasts an abundance of outdoor activities, including both Great Horse and Long Meadow Country Club, each with a signature golf course just six miles from the property. Pick fresh apples and strawberries from one of the many local orchards, or saddle up to ride along the 12 miles of horse trails through the adjacent property surrounding Monticello-Somers. With excellent schools, museums and parks, Somers provides a family-friendly atmosphere and embodies a true sense of community.
9,936 sf historically reverent home on 9.27ac
5 ensuite bedrooms with an additional 4 half baths
$8M invested in constructing this modernized historical treasure
Locally milled Oak and Cedar throughout | Red stone locally harvested
Grand entry with large foyer and double circle staircase
Chef-grade gourmet kitchen with large walk-in pantry
First floor master suite and office | 7 fireplaces throughout
GeoThermal Hydro Air heating and cooling with heat recovery ventilation
Energy efficient windows and doors | Icynene Spray foam insulation
3-Car Attached Garage with useful sun deck above
12 miles of horse trails next to the property which can never be developed
Property accessible by helicopter in three locations
Historic Waterfront Luxury and Equestrian Properties in Virginia