Some folks are all about massive shopping sprees this time of year, but for Renee Zellweger, the art of selling is much more appealing. The actress, who recently unloaded a couple of Manhattan apartments to Leelee Sobieski, just listed her country estate for $1.5 million. Click through the photo gallery to take a tour of Zellweger's renovated pad, which is the next property to leave her real estate portfolio.
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Some folks are all about massive shopping sprees this time of year, but for Renee Zellweger, the art of selling is much more appealing. The actress just listed her country estate for $1.5 million. Click through the photo gallery to take a tour of Zellweger's renovated pad, which is the next property to leave her real estate portfolio.
View the listing.
Zellweger's estate is located in Pomfret, Connecticut, which is about 33 miles West of Providence, Rhode Island. The actress has owned the estate since 2004.
Zellweger recently unloaded a couple of Manhattan apartments to actress Leelee Sobieski.
The secluded and very historic pad features 39 acres of lush rolling hills. The actress renovated the estate herself and added period details such as stone walls and gardens to the large chunk of land.
A closer look at the free-form swimming pool that's surrounded by in-laid stone.
The luxe Connecticut estate boasts a 3,400-square-foot main house, which hosts four bedrooms.
A view of the cozy living room.
Looking to stay in a Friday (and Saturday) night in front of the fire? Well, you've picked the perfect neighborhood for just that. According to Coldwell Banker, the median age in the neighborhood is 41 with half of the population married.
A view of the wood-paneled study, which features yet another fireplace, dark wood throughout, and built-in shelving.
Despite its somewhat isolated location, Zellweger could've easily hosted dinner parties with all her celeb friends- all they needed do was take advantage of the estate's private helicopter landing pad.
A view of the kitchen, which Zellweger went about renovating after purchasing the home back in 2004.
A look at the sunroom.
The stunning main house isn't the only living quarters on this country estate. The suburban spread also comes with a guest cottage.
A view of the master suite, which features a vaulted ceiling, exposed rough-hewn wood beams, and "an extensive suite of closets."
Take a look at the gigantic recreation barn, which still retains its antiquated look.
Despite unloading two Manhattan apartments and listing this spot, the actress won't be homeless--she reportedly owns another farmhouse in East Hampton, NY that she picked up in 2003 for $2.15 million.
If you're looking for a sweet vacation retreat, you could do much worse than Zellweger's country estate.