Actress Renée Zellweger's three-story Colonial farm estate in Pomfret, Conn., is officially back on the market, this time asking $1.6M. Undoubtably wooed by the three-bedroom's wood-paneled library, original wide-plank wood floors, and glorious old fireplaces,
Bridget Jones Zellweger bought what is known as The Cotton Tavern back in 2004. Still, when it comes to real estate, the celebrity heart is a fickle one indeed; Zellweger tossed it back on the market it in 2011, initially asking $1.5M. It's unclear why the place had trouble selling—after all, who wouldn't want 39 acres, a one-bedroom guesthouse, a 2,000-square-foot barn, and a (not-so-historical) helicopter landing area—but here's hoping the market for farmhouses in the boonies of Connecticut have improved in the last three years.
· Renée Zellweger's Connecticut Farm is Downright Dreamy [Architectural Digest]
· Renée Zellweger's Connecticut Farm is Downright Dreamy [Domaine Home]
· 96 Cotton Road, Pomfret, CT [Landvest]