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The white Colonial home on 11 English Drive in Wilton has design elements that are typical to homes of Colonial Williamsburg, such as its clipped roof and attic dormer windows. But the home is not just another generic Connecticut colonial — it was intentionally designed to mimic a particular early American property.
According to information provided by William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty, the Wilton home takes design cues from the Governor’s Palace in Williamsburg, Va. The Virginia property was home to figures such as Thomas Jefferson and Patrick Henry. Built in 1972, the home was designed and constructed by local homebuilder Sanford Kellogg of the Kellogg Brothers, according to Sotheby’s, who designed homes throughout southern Fairfield County. The Kellogg Brothers architectural firm built an addition to the house in 2006, which includes a new kitchen and family room.