‘Charming Manor House Surrounded By Beautiful Nature’
Rock Hall is a refined 10,000 square foot country-style manor house in the beautiful Litchfield Hills and Southern Berkshires of Colebrook, Connecticut. It features graceful gardens, orchards, walking trails and meadows; billiard and fitness rooms and a seasonal tennis court, swimming pool and Jacuzzi. There are five distinctive, spacious, corner rooms each with serene views of the gardens, meadows, forest or swimming pool. Rock Hall was designed and built by Addison Mizner, known as “The Architect of Palm Beach” with his signature Spanish Mediterranean Revival style and is the only surviving Mizner residence north of the Mason Dixon Line. Rock Hall houses one of the largest private collections of specimen trees in New England, including several Connecticut prize winners. Glorious flower gardens dot the property and an apple orchard and fruit and vegetable gardens provide the bounty for breakfasts and snacks.
In Our Opinion‘Plenty to see and do in this beautiful area of Connecticut which this stunning historic manor house fits absolutely perfectly within’
Corner room with fine antiques including an antique Swedish pine sleigh bed, bureau and desk and an antique walnut upholstered chaise.
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