Dragonfly Farm, a sprawling estate in Kent, sits on more than 40 acres, and it’s on the market.
There is a horse farm at one end of the street and Macedonia State Park’s hiking trails are at the other.
“This resort-like property is one of the finest estates in Litchfield County,” Peter Klemm, of Klemm Real Estate, said in a statement.
The stone main house was built in the early 1800s and it has four bedrooms and original fieldstone walls and beams.
The property also has a two-bedroom guesthouse, a pool, a pool house, a tennis court, barns, a four-to-six-car garage and much more.
The main house has a stonewall dining room, a double-height kitchen, a sunroom, four bedrooms and a finished third floor.
There is a patio off the sunroom and a covered breezeway that leads to a garage -- the original stable --a game room, and a separate office and gym, Klemm said.
The two-bedroom guesthouse, which has a kitchen, predates the main structure, according to Klemm Real Estate.
There is also a soccer field, golf chipping area, a basketball hoop and archery bales.
The property also includes the town’s original mill.