This new built Nantucket style shingle home is located at 7 Pritchard Lane on a cul-de-sac in Westport, CT. It boasts over 7,150 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, forma living and dining rooms, custom trim and crown molding throughout, beautiful hardwood floors, marble fireplaces, library, mud room, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, family room with vaulted ceiling, his-and-hers offices, finished space on 3rd floor and more. It is listed at $2,999,999, which I think is a pretty good deal considering the quality of the home.

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  • Grrrowler

    It looks like a very comfortable house. It’s not got lots of things designed to wow guests, but not every house needs that. It looks like a house that is designed to be lived in. I would change some of the interior details, but there’s probably no existing house on earth in which that isn’t the case for me. I hate white kitchens, but the layout of this one is actually quite good. The massing of the rear facade is kind of jumbled and a new owner would benefit by bringing in some more mature landscaping.




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  • Daniel

    Exterior is disgusting. I almost wish the garages were on the front of the house. Interior for the most part is nice. Entrance foyer is a little cramped and oddly shaped; the stone on the fireplace in photo 7 is nasty; master-bathroom is also very cramped. Great backyard to roll around in – how about a pool or some trees? Price ain’t bad…any money that would be knocked off the asking price should be used to redo to exterior.




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  • Swimmer

    Nice house, I like many of the interior elements although I don’t like the exterior. But since it is around the same price… wouldn’t we all prefer the medieval castle in the previous post over this one 🙂




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  • imerma

    Whose the builder????




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  • Barney

    This place has all the originality, style and appeal of a brown paper bag.

    Utterly forgettable, and I totally agree with you guys regarding the exterior….it literally looks like it’s unfinished, undirected and with all the “flavor” of a room temperature, wet washcloth. Looks like a lonely summer house that no one put ANY thought or consideration into while designing it.




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  • Tay

    I actually kind of like it… Something about the front facade? But it would need some fixing too…




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  • Nick

    Too typical to be exceptional or special, it’s a classic CT house with this -boring sometimes- type of exterior.




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