Weston estate with ‘unusual address’ hits market for nearly $2M

New York /
Dec.December 12, 2018 06:31 PM

A house in Fairfield County with “zero” for an address number has hit the market for far more than that. The owners of the colonial-style home at 0 Aspetuck Hill Lane in Weston are seeking $1.999 million for the five-acre estate, The Norwalk Hour reported. The property includes a 10,000-square-foot main house, a restored cottage, a 1940-built schoolhouse and a “rustic party barn,” as well as a heated gunite pool and swimming changing room with a full bath and sauna, according to the outlet. The home is near the Aspetuck Valley Country Club, which offers golf and racquet sports. It’s not clear how the property got its “zero” house number, though The Hour notes that “[i]n tennis, zero is called ‘love,’ and there is a lot to love about this house and property.” Christa Cusano and Jennifer McCoy of Al Filippone Associates/William Raveis Real Estate have the listing. [The Hour]


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