Marble Dale

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By Adrien Glover
By Eric Schnall
Suffering from a case of the colonial blues?Then check out the Lakeview Inn, whose unconventional design is rattling the roofs of covered bridges throughout northwestern Connecticut. The 200-year-old, five-room guesthouse overlooking Lake Waramaug...
Judging from the interiors of the Boulders Inn, you'd never guess it was built more than 100 years ago. That's because businessman Steven Goldstone and managing partner Martin O'Brien, a former executive at Ian Schrager Hotels, gutted the Ehrick R...
By Gaetano Pollice
Stylish New Yorkers know that the best home accessories are found outside the city—in Litchfield County, Connecticut, to be exact. The area's latest addition?York Street Studio's showroom (15 East Shore Rd., New Preston; 800/967-5811), which stock...
By Adrien Glover
It’s almost impossible to deny the appeal of a classic New England inn, especially in winter—when fires in guest rooms are actually encouraged, hearty roasts appear on dinner menus, and old-fashioned sleigh rides are the best way to enjoy a quiet ...

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Named for the giant chunks of granite that form its imposing façade, this 1890 Dutch-style mansion stands out among Litchfield County, Connecticut's colonial clapboards.

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Purveyor of custom stationery.