Anne Hathaway and her husband Adam Shulman just bought this old Colonial-style house in Westport, Connecticut. Known as CompoBello, the “mini estate” was built in the 1920s at the end of a long, gated, cobblestone drive. Take a look!
Anne Hathaway & Adam Shulman’s House in Westport
At first I thought there was a wreath on the door, but a close-up shows it’s actually a round window:
Kinda cool, right? You don’t see doors like that very often.
The listing said:
European sophistication meets beach cottage chic at this private oasis steps from Compo Beach and Longshore Golf+Beach Club. Tucked away at the end of a Belgian block-style cobblestone driveway on .90 acres, this 1920 home is renovated throughout to the highest standards.
The dining room has a stone fireplace and vaulted ceilings:
There are two kitchens. This is the main one, open to the great room:
The space features an AGA range and a brick fireplace.
The second floor has two wings. Love this built-in storage in the hall:
There are 5 bedrooms + 6 baths.
The master suite has a walk-out to a large redwood deck that’s crying out for a table and comfy chairs:
A sitting room:
A second, smaller kitchen leads to the pool:
The cozy banquette is pretty sweet:
I’ll be hanging out in this kitchen and you can have the bigger one. 😉
A barn-style pool house dates to the 1920s:
It has 1,500 square feet with wide plank oak floorboards, built-in book shelves, and a loft space: