This English Manor style home was built in 2008 and is located at 54 Lyons Plains Road in Westport, CT. It was inspired by the English Arts & Crafts movement and designed by architects Austin Patterson & Diston. It was built by Michael Greenberg & Associates. The home boasts 7,757 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. The 2.8 private acres of land boast stone terraces, intricate stone walls and a swimming pool with spa. It is listed at $8,100,000.

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  • Kieran

    Super classy
    Good allround family home
    I love the island in the kitchen, so well done




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    • Siobhan

      I love all the real estate on that island, but from here it looks like a butcher block surface, which is pretty hard to keep clean.




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  • Daniel

    Eh. All the furniture seems disconnected from the architecture. The exterior seems nice enough. Architecturally inside is decent. I like the living room.

    On a side note, is it meet or is the furniture too Stick-ly. Nearly everything in the house has legs…even the kitchen island! I don’t know why but that was the first thing I noticed in this home.




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    • Oliver

      I would never have looked at a home and called it “stick-ly” but now thats all i see!!




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  • Grrrowler

    I like the house itself. I think the exterior is really interesting, and I especially like the tall chimneys.

    The interior is a disappointment. Actually, the interior itself is nice, but the furnishings are completely wrong. Almost nothing fits the style of the house, and the “arts and crafts” period doesn’t appear to have been considered for about 99% of the furniture. It also seems like the arts and crafts style was watered down too far with some of the bones of the interior. Stripping out the furniture, it would be very nice as is. But, were it my house, I would play up the arts and crafts angle and add more details, such as William Morris wall coverings and textiles in some places, original light fixtures in the style, and furniture that’s more sympathetic to the style. The interior also needs a lot more color, and bigger (and more) art.




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    • Barney

      Bingo, BIG time, Grrrowler…..I couldn’t agree more.




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    • Marie

      Ditto all of this!




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  • Oliver

    Grrrowler said it… the exterior is very charming and i like it alot especially the protruding chimneys but the interior is very lacking. They didn’t stick true to the style of the home when furnishing it. I like the kitchen island and the cast iron thing above it, i also especially like that wood paneled study/den room. I like the nice deep color of the wood and the way they did the ceiling. Good family home but NEEDS to be redecorated on the inside!




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  • Siobhan

    Please bring me that closet.




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  • Nick

    I find the exterior horrific, even for CT.The interior is not something special, but it’s enough livable.




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    • Barney

      Yikes, Nick!!!

      “Horrific”……?!?!?! Is it REEEALY THAT bad?!

      I think the house is quite correct & lovely for the style & location. The interior is like almost every other Colonial Dutch/Farmhouse style in Connecticut. Except for the living room with the paneled, barrel-vaulted walls & cieling, which I think is beautiful. And that’s saying a LOT coming from me as tradiitional is possibly my least favorite style.




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  • Mak

    I’m fond of the exterior, but the interior…

    I think what we see here is a family that has purchased their furniture over the years, and not with the intent to furnish this house. What they need is an interior decorator who can pull these pieces together by changing furniture coverings, adding color to the rooms, and by adding both wall decorative pieces and window treatments. They could also use some help in changing the lighting fixtures to match the house style.

    I like the bare bones of the house though. Beautiful, unique bathrooms, nice public spaces, built in cabinets in sensible places,

    All in all.,.a nice place…but 8.5M? Really? In Westport? I don’t see it…




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  • robert

    I like it. It looks like a real home to me where real people actually lead real lives. I would change a couple of things like the glass coffee table and the dining room table. I just like a warmer feel. But this home does not look overdecorated nor overthemed. I bet the decorator is the lady who owns the house. Great exterior. Overall a very classy comfortable home.




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