Ron Howard put his stunning Victorian home in Connecticut on the market. His Victorian home is a private country estate that sits on a whopping thirty-two acres.
He and his wife lived here many years raising their family.
The Victorian home has an indoor tennis and basketball court, an observatory with telescope, 14-seat movie theater, a two-bedroom guest cottage, indoor pool, barns, paddocks, gym and yoga studio, greenhouses, formal gardens, and a lake in the community. Six bedrooms, five bathrooms and four partial baths.
Most know Ron Howard has acted since childhood most famous as Opie in the beloved Andy Griffith Show. The next time he came on-screen again to my memory was as a teen or 20 something staring in the movie American Graffiti. He entered our hearts and homes again in the long-running Happy Days TV series. Nowadays he is a director and producer of many movies wining an Academy Award for Best Director for the movie Beautiful Mind.
He has net worth of $140 million.
The beautiful Victorian home has 23 rooms and around 17,200 square feet.
I like the home’s easy access with no stairs to climb to enter, the expansive driveway, and host of Victorian details. The crescent-shaped window you see in the center is an eyebrow window and they remind me of Hobbit houses.
The details don’t say, but this must be the back of the home. I am imaging the observatory in the upper most dome area, but no, that is a separate building all its own. Two more eyebrow windows and the right and left symmetry leaves me speechless.
All tied up in a really nice Connecticut home that can be yours for the asking price of $27,500,000.
Sotheby’s International Realty along with some other real estate offices have the listing for this Celebrity compound.
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