From its quintessential white picket fence to venerable stone walls ribboning its 2.25 acres of property, the white clapboard home on Pembroke Road is a classic Connecticut Colonial inside and out. A generously sized flat front lawn offers a stately first impression of the property surrounded by the fence, a traditional New England lamppost and a front walk lined with sculpted shrubbery.

Inside, the property is awash in natural light, with no shortage of shared spaces, desirable for both entertaining and day-to-day living.

With soft, creamy hues, hardwood floors and classic moldings, the home exudes timeless New England charm.

A formal living room features a traditional wood-burning fireplace with a white mantel, three large eight-over-eight windows overlooking the sprawling front lawn and a large picture window looking out to a two-acre piece of property.

Just off the formal living room is a step-down family room with a second wood-burning fireplace flanked by two built-ins, perfect for displaying collections.

A cathedral ceiling with exposed wooden beams creates a rustic feel, while a full wall of sliding glass doors allows plenty of natural light into the space.

Another living area is tucked just off the dining room, offering a small sitting room with built-ins and a French door accessing the terrace. The sitting room offers a quiet retreat just off the formal dining room, which features traditional chair rail, three large windows and a recessed nook perfect for a china cabinet or dining hutch.

The airy kitchen features creamy-painted cabinetry and plenty of counter space opening into a sunny breakfast room with an additional sitting area.

A first-floor master suite is bathed in light with more than six windows, vaulted ceilings with skylights cove lighting and its own access to the rear of the property.

The master en suite also features vaulted ceilings with a skylight as well as a Palladian window over the sunken tub allowing lovely natural light. The master bath also includes a step-in shower, his-and-hers vanities and two linen closets.

The second floor houses four guest bedrooms in addition to an office that could easily lend itself as a sixth guest room if needed.

The largest of the four bedrooms could function as an alternative master with its own en suite.

For more information or to see the property, contact Mary Lopiano of Halstead Property at 203-655-1418 or email her at mlopiano@halstead.com.

ABOUT THIS HOUSE

TYPE: Colonial

ADDRESS: 75 Pembroke Road

PRICE: $2,280,000

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 4,048

ACREAGE: 2.25

YEAR BUILT: 1950

NUMBER OF ROOMS: 11

BEDROOMS: 5

FULL BATHS: 5

FEATURES: terrace, two fireplaces, great room, three-car attached garage, skylights,

SCHOOLS: Ox Ridge Elementary, Middlesex Middle, Darien High schools

ASSESSMENT: $1,453,970

TAX RATE: 15.01

TAXES: $21,824

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ABOUT THIS HOUSE
TYPE: Colonial
ADDRESS: 75 Pembroke Road
PRICE: $2,280,000
SQUARE FOOTAGE: 4,048
ACREAGE: 2.25
YEAR BUILT: 1950
NUMBER OF ROOMS: 11
BEDROOMS: 5
FULL BATHS: 5
FEATURES: terrace, two fireplaces, great room, three-car attached garage, skylights,
SCHOOLS: Ox Ridge Elementary, Middlesex Middle, Darien High schools
ASSESSMENT: $1,453,970
TAX RATE: 15.01
TAXES: $21,824