The iconic Circa 1849 Benjamin Pomeroy House is sited on an exquisitely landscaped parcel of land at the highest point in the Borough of Stonington. Uniquely constructed of Westerly ashlar granite blocks with stone quoins, the traditional Federal façade belies a stunning and dramatic interior, with an entry foyer defined by a sweeping curved stairway, and two separate parlors, now utilized as a library and a formal living room, with warming fireplaces and deep set windows highlighted by original pocket shutters. Also on this main level is a cozy study with full bath, formal dining room with Butler’s pantry and wet bar and a modern kitchen with French doors leading to the stone terraces and stunning gardens, perfect for outdoor dining and entertaining. A small heated shed, sited privately at the rear of the property offers ideal studio space. The second level incorporates four bedrooms, including the Master Suite with commodious spa bath and dressing room. The basement has the historic summer kitchen and a separate two bay carriage barn, accessed by a Belgian block driveway, offers plenty of storage. This is a simply magical property!