Historic CT Home of the “Father Of American Ballet” on Market

The riverfront estate that was once the home of Edward Warburg, a founding trustee of New York's Museum of Modern Art and who is often referred to as the father of American ballet, is on the market for $2.38 million, reports Curbed.

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The riverfront estate that was once the home of Edward Warburg, a founding trustee of New York's Museum of Modern Art and who is often referred to as the father of American ballet, is on the market for $2.38 million, reports <a href="http://curbed.com/archives/2013/03/22/moma-founders-historic-connecticut-mansion-asks-24m.php" target="_blank">Curbed</a>. The renovated Federal Colonial was built in 1785.
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The home sits behind stone and wood fences for the utmost privacy.
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From the inside of the front door, you can see one of the stone fences outside.
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A gorgeous white beamed ceiling and a sprinkling of windows brings light to the spacious sitting room.
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A view of the dining room, with gorgeous hardwood floors and one of the home's three fireplaces.
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A stunning kitchen exhibits old meets new, with modern amenities and rustic details.
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One of the five bedrooms.
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There are thirteen rooms in total in this French Colonial.
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A portion of the original estate property has now become a 37-acre nature preserve called The Newman/Poses Preserve.
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A view of the home's private pool.
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The backyard also offers its own tennis court.
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The home stands on over two acres with 100 feet on the Aspetuck River.
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