Red Jacket Farm. The very name has become legendary in Connecticut’s historic Washington—the prized hamlet President George Washington frequented during his travels. A short drive from Manhattan, the stunning private kingdom—adorned with two cottages, a converted barn/studio, a 16-stall barn, and 20 acres bordering Steep Rock Land Preserve—is country perfection itself. The original wing enjoys a living room, dining area, library, and four bedrooms. Shingle Style, the gorgeous new wing fuses bygone elegance and today’s marvels, showcasing glorious formal living and dining rooms with a stately terrace. Cathedral plaster ceilings, marble fireplaces, hardwood floors, and elaborate moldings lend majesty. A gourmet kitchen and firelit family room afford breathtaking views of the outdoor entertainment area, gardens, infinity pool, and pond. For the finale, an elevator unveils the sublime new master suite, along with two guest bedrooms.