Redding’s Maple Hill Farm, a nearly 50-acre estate in Fairfield County, Connecticut listed at $19 million, offers an unparalleled array of living, farming, entertaining and recreational opportunities.

Brace yourself for this drop-dead-gorgeous stunner… Maple Hill Farm, tucked away on nearly 50 acres in rural Redding, CT is an architecture and design lovers’ dream.

Built in 2014, the multi residence property is a Gentleman’s Farm unlike any other, a multi-faceted country manor blending contemporary style with unrivaled amenities. This unique country estate, both a luxurious retreat and a self-sustaining working farm, is one of the town’s most coveted and intriguing properties. Maple Hill Farm is co-listed by Roni Agress of William Pitt Sotheby’s Int’l Realty and Lisa Pompeo of Coldwell Banker Realty.

The owners are dedicated stewards of this exceptional farm, which also features three antique guest homes, a state-of-the-art private recording studio and performing arts venue, a working barn, a sugar house, boat house, orchard, fields, old stone walls and a 300-foot stream with multiple waterfalls cascading into a 3-acre pond stocked with largemouth bass and brown trout. Additional amenities include a pig and chicken coop, tennis court, riding ring, ball field, horse stalls and paddocks.

Acres of riding and hiking trails traverse the property’s woods and open space. In a nod to Winnie-the-Pooh a local chainsaw artist added a whimsical component to the trails by creating wood carvings of A.A. Milne’s beloved characters.

Maple Hill Farm,  situated an hour from NYC, epitomizes a refined way of life with its verdant setting and unparalleled array of living, farming, entertaining and recreational opportunities. The property is deeply rooted in the highly desirable community of Redding, which takes pride in its past as it looks to its future. A quick ride from Ridgefield, CT’s charming Main Street village, Maple Hill Farm is the ultimate idyllic haven from the hustle and bustle of urban life.

Photos | Chi Chi Ubina, Neil Landino, Jr., Paul Johnson, Daniel Milstein, and Andrew Bartolotta