The home Mark Twain lived is up for sale in Redding, Connecticut. Named “Stormfield” this was only the second home and last address Twain would call home. Beautiful home is located on sprawling 28 acres of land. The property is listed with Sotheby’s Real Estate by the current owner with an asking price of $4 million.
Built in 1908 in Italianate style, the original home was destroyed by fire in 1923. Current “Stormfield” was built on the same foundation with style and magnificence of the original home in 1925. The original stone columns, iron gates, manicured gardens and stone terraces are still present along with the circular stone driveway.
The 5,610 sq ft single family home features four bedrooms, four full baths and two half baths. Its wonderful amenities include granite countertops, security system, manicured gardens, heated swimming pool, carriage house, staff quarters, 3 car garage and terrace/outdoor space. House also features a large dining room, a living room with wood floors and a large fire place.
You too can enjoy the beauty and tranquility Mark Twain enjoyed during his time at the “Stormfield” home. The fact that Redding, CT is only 53 miles from mid-town Manhattan, makes this a perfect property for an executive with a young family.