A nearly 20-acre Connecticut estate that Mark Twain bought for his daughter in 1909 is now on the market for $1.85 million. The Redding property, which listing agent Lois Lehman of William Raveis calls "an archetype of Connecticut charm," includes an 1787 farmhouse, an 1860 barn, and a pool. Scroll down for a look inside.
The white farmhouse includes five bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms.
The current owners did a gut renovation after they purchased it in 2013.
The barn has been converted into an apartment with a projection screen, according to Mansion Global.
The living room has exposed wooden beams.
Gaggenau appliances, Crema Marfil marble counters and custom cabinets are a few of the bright kitchen's attributes.
There's a built-in banquette and a breakfast bar.
Two master suites have adjacent dens.
The finished attic has been used as a playroom.
The 18.7-acre property also has a heated gunite pool.
"Barnum and Bailey circus used to keep circus elephants in the barn," Lehman said.
You could have it all for $1.85 million.