Mark Twain’s Stormfield home in Redding, Connecticut has been listed on sale for $4 million. Original home which Twain built for himself in 1908 unfortunatelly burned down but in 1935 it was rebuilt with the same plans on a smaller scale. The 5,610 square-foot home sits on 28 acres on Mark Twain Lane, off Diamond Hill Road and features original stone columns, iron gates, circular stone driveway, formal gardens and stone terraces. In addition to its four bedrooms, four full baths and two half baths, this lovely home features secluded heated pool, 3 car garage, carriage house, staff quarters and manicured gardens.
Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known by his pen name Mark Twain died at the age of 74 at his Italianate dream house on April 21, 1910. During his life, he had only two properties. Stormfield was the second.