Rockridge – an exemplary estate by Architectural Digest regular, Ed Cady. Set on 17.5 acres with sweeping, level lawns edged by woodland spilling into over 400 acres of Roxbury Land Trust, the magical setting is just the start. The colonial reproduction home is flanked by two pristinely restored antique barns transformed into architecturally majestic living spaces. Offering over 10,000 SF of custom living space, the 6 BR/6BA home was built with no cap on expense and features hand-built cabinetry, locally forged hardware, Lepage windows/doors, custom sinks and vanities and mechanical systems of the highest level. The kitchen includes concealed SubZero refrigerator and freezer, oversized island and a Diva de Provence range. The great room features a floor to vaulted ceiling height, two stories of windows and one of the home’s five FPs. The main suite also highlights majestic, centuries-old hand-hewn beams, oversized windows, built-in cappuccino bar and a FP. Dual dressing rooms and luxury bath (truly spa-like with soaking tub, steam shower and sauna) round out this haven. Lower level includes a wine room, home gym and 1BR guest apartment. Outdoor living with a large bluestone terrace along the back of the home overlooking the lawn and free-form gunite pool and spa. Mechanical details include an irrigation system, generator, lightning protection, central vac, integrated sound system and 8 BR septic. A residence of impeccable stature for an elevated Litchfield County lifestyle.