The Boulders Inn in Warren/Washington, CT
This Property Has Been Sold
Asking Price: $6,000,000
Rooms: 30
Bedrooms: 20 Full, 2 Half
Baths: 20/1
Style: Adirondack
Acreage: 25.83 +/- acres
Age: 1895
The Boulders Inn. Main Inn. 4 Duplex Guesthouses. Carriage House. Garage. Boathouse. 500' Lake Waramaug Frontage. Abuts Land Trust. Spectacular Western Lake Views. 25.83± Acres.
Dining room
Dining room
Living Room
Living Room
Living room
Living room
Guest room
Guest room
Guest room
Guest room
Carriage House
Carriage House
Carriage house living room
Carriage house living room
Carriage house bedroom
Carriage house bedroom
Carriage house suite
Carriage house suite
Foyer
Foyer
Balcony
Balcony
Boathouse
Boathouse
Boathouse
Boathouse
Front
Front
Back
Back
Side
Side
Lake View
Lake View
Beach
Beach
From Water
From Water
The Boulders Inn, one of the truly special and romantic places in Litchfield County, is a historic lakefront estate on beautiful Lake Waramaug. Lake Waramaug is the second largest natural lake in Connecticut and has limited public access. The stone and shingle main house, built and designed in 1895 by the famous architect Ehrick Rossiter, has been completely renovated and expanded. The main house features an inviting reception area, paneled living room overlooking the lake with large fireplace, formal dining room also with lake views, bar area, cozy library with fireplace, large stone patio and large veranda with water views. There are six guest bedrooms with fireplaces and bathrooms in the main house including one junior suite. The property also boasts a six-bedroom carriage house, four duplex guest cottages, a boathouse, a garage/workshop and unforgettably stunning western lake views. It is perched stately in a park-like setting, with significant water frontage, beach area and floating dock on 25± acres abutting Steep Rock Land Preserve. The Boulders Inn offers a unique atmosphere of elegance, romance, comfort and warm New England charm within an easy drive from New York City and its suburbs. Amenities include enjoying the exquisite setting with magnificent sunsets, canoeing, swimming, cycling and hiking right from the property into Steep Rock Land Trust. This closely resembles "On Golden Pond" and is a must see!
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