GREENWICH, Conn. – William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty recently announced the firm has listed an antique farm house that formerly served as the creamery for Peck’s Farm, an operating local Greenwich landmark from the 18th century.
The residence, which is part of the Greenwich Historical Society, is represented by Southport agent Amanda Heyn for about $2.6 million. Located on 2 acres of land on Pecksland Road, the home was built for the farm in 1762. Now fully updated, the five-bedroom, five-bath transformed residence offers an antique-style paired with the sophistication of modern living, according to a press release.
A spa-like master bathroom, central air conditioning, an updated kitchen and a full house generator are just some of the modern additions, according to a press release. Other features include French doors, walk-in closets, three fireplaces, granite countertops and hardwood flooring throughout, according to a press release.
The home’s expansive priv
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