Posted on 07/13/2021 at 10:00 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
The last house that author Mark Twain lived in is on the market.
Stormfield Mansion, which Twain had constructed and which he named after one of his stories, sits on over twenty-eight acres in Redding, Connecticut.
With such a pedigree (and such dimensions), though, the Tuscan villa-style house commands a steep asking price: $4.2 million.
Learn more about Twain’s affection for Stormfield Mansion at Literary Hub.
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