Fetching $ 1.7 million, this Tuscan-style Connecticut villa features a 500-bottle wine grotto and ‘Western Lodge’

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Located in Easton, Connecticut, just 60 miles from New York City, this incredible Tuscan-style villa was built in 1990 by the late Arnie D’Angelo, credited with inventing the idea of ​​the “tea chest” for Bigelow Tea. It has created a true artists’ paradise, with a 500-bottle wine cave, a “Jackson Hole” themed game room, a “car club” garage with a bar and crew lounge, as well as than a Mediterranean style backyard and swimming pool. The house, which measures nearly 9,000 square feet and spans three acres, is on the market for $ 1,725,000.

According to William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty, “It was D’Angelo’s idea for restaurant waiters to present ‘tea chests’ with many varieties at every table,” which ultimately took off and increased revenue from the company.

Throughout the house, there are antique European wood floors, custom alder doors, decorative hand-painted walls, coffered ceilings and exceptional woodwork.

D’Angelo has personalized the entire property, which is called “La Dolce Vita” or “the sweetness of life”.

One of the most amazing spaces in the house is the huge Italian-inspired kitchen. There is an adjacent living room with a stone fireplace, as well as an adjoining breakfast nook.

The parental suite is also astonishing, with its vaulted ceiling. He has a

In total, there are six bedrooms, four full baths, and two half baths.

The “Jackson Hole Game Room,” as the list calls it, looks like a western lodge with its themed decor and log cabin walls.

The wine cave can hold 500 bottles and has an adjacent tasting room.

D’Angelo was a big car enthusiast, so he set up the five-car garage as a “club” with a crew lounge and bar. According to Sotheby’s, his garage collection includes a red Ferrari Spider and a 1965 Morgan “race green” which is a replica of the car that won the Le Mans race that same year.

Sotheby’s also notes that the backyard was designed “for big summer evenings, of which D’Angelo had plenty, welcoming hundreds of guests with elaborate entertainment including cigar-rolling stations, full roast pork and live music “.

Elsewhere in the courtyard there is a huge fieldstone patio, large pool and spa, outdoor fire pit, and beautifully manicured gardens.

[Listing: 30 Crossbow Lane by Carol Langeland of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty]

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