This amenity-filled estate is located at 38 Hunting Ridge Lane in Wilton, CT and is situated on 4.5 acres. It was built in 2008 and was honored with 5 HOBI Awards. It features over 11,000 square feet of living space with 9 bedrooms, 9 full and 2 half bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, 6 fireplaces, gourmet kitchen with 2 islands, family room, mudroom, home office, library, massive regulation indoor basketball court with rock climbing wall, gym, massage room, home theater, 50’s style diner, recreation room with bar, wine cellar, wine tasting/humidor room and more. The grounds boast a swimming pool with water slide, pool cabana and tennis court. It is listed at $8,750,000.

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  • Limedaiquar

    Okay anyone who knows anything about floorplans has seen this house many times before. They just added a lower level and a pool cabana.

    http://www.cornerstonedesigns.com/plans/detailedPlanInfo.cfm?PlanId=816

    The home…some of it I sorta like. Some I just don’t understand it’s like 2 different styles going on in the home. The room I definitely like is the theatre.




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    • Joejoe509

      Exactly. This house is instantly recongnized by anyone who has spent any amount of time time looking for floorplans inspirations. It is one of my favorite exteriors, but I’ve seen it a zillion times on just about every floorplan website. Is that a bad thing? No, it’s still a beautiful home. Like I said, despite being a copy of a popular floorplan it’s still one of my all time favorites. I just couldn’t ever get over the fact that there are other houses out there just like it – especially for close to $9 Million. I have absolutely no need for a large indoor basketball court, but the rest of the amenities sound great.

      The exterior is much nicer than the interior. Just me or does some of the interior look dated (late 90’s/early 2000’s)? The furnishings aren’t great – staged? Somehow… the interior just doesn’t look as comfortable as it should. Nice home overall though. 🙂




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  • Daniel

    Overall, it’s okay but the interior rooms have some weird details/layouts. Pool is nice.




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  • Brian

    So where is the basketball court? Is it buried beneath the tennis court? It appears too large to be above ground.




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    • Kenny Forder

      It is in the lower level. Look at the address on Bing Maps. You’ll see that the home is just starting to be built and is way below ground, so that has to be the basketball court.




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  • Grrrowler

    Along with a ballroom, an indoor basketball court is one of my two least favorite features in a house. Beyond that, the house isn’t bad, but I don’t feel any emotion toward it, good or bad.




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  • NOVA Ben

    The exterior is beautiful to me, even though I have indeed seen it plenty of times before online (along with the floorplan). The interior fails to impress. The floor plan itself I think is great, so I think that it’s the decorating that sours my impression of the interior.

    I do like that the sacrifice of basement space to the (pointless) basketball court is made up for by placing rec areas on the second floor, above the garages. Otherwise that would be a major gripe. Overall I have mixed feelings about this place.




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  • lambskin

    No double wall ovens in the kitchen and the massage table is sideways-no room for the masseuse.




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    • Joejoe509

      I assume they hang from the ceiling like Mission Impossible. 😉




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