About This 1908 Point House In Stonington Connecticut
The famed Point House in Stonington Borough is now being offered for sale for the first time in 27 years.The team of world acclaimed architects collaborated in making this masterpiece reflect the Costa Esmeralda Yacht Club in Porto Cervo, Sardinia w/a classic New England flair. Internationally acclaimed architects Peter Marino, Oliver Cope & Peter Cummings each contributed their vision to create this spectacular home.
This piece of history was originally built in 1908 by the Army Corp of Engineers for the lighthouse keeper who traveled from Watch Hill. It has withstood the test of time with its magnanimous presence through the 1938 hurricane. This unparalleled opportunity, by way of location, history, architecture & garden design is renowned in the Stonington Borough and beyond.
Breathtaking views pour into every single room on the first and second levels, which are filled with endless charm that hits all the right notes for an estate of this caliber. The multiple decks throughout were designed to accommodate eastern & western views. The sunroom has 12 ft ceilings w/ 17 spectacular 9 ft windows drenched by an abundance of light.
Adding to the perfection is a heated gunite pool, chefs kitchen, exquisite dining room, indoor & outdoor fireplaces, wine cellar & much more. The dock has 2-3 ft at low tide & 5-6 ft at high tide w/ 2 moorings, The house also has a deep water mooring in the harbor & a boat ride to the seaside Village of Watch Hill is ten minutes. Truly a remarkable offering!
Photography Credit: Video Studio / Lila Delman Compass