1. Joanne And Paul's Love Nest
Actress Joanne Woodward put the love nest shared with her late husband Paul Newman on the market for $10 million. The 250-year-old Westport house has five buildings, including the main house, a cotton mill, a carriage house, and 2 barns.
2. Artists' Favorite
Located at 277 and 275 North Avenue in Westport's Coleytown, the colonial house was a favorite of many powerful artists, such as sculptor James Earle Fraser and illustrator Oscar Howard.
3. Living Room
The whole living room is wrapped in soft yellow light. The room has witnessed the love between the couple for more than 40 years and their children's growth.
Unlike a normal kitchen where utensils are placed neatly, most of Joanne's pots and pans were hung upside down in the air. Too many baskets make people wonder if they often go outside to pick fruits and vegetables.
5. Dining Room
Here in the dining room, all furniture is made of wood: the dining table, chairs, and beams. The brick fireplace and stone floors reveal an ancient vibe. Only the bouquet in the center of the table brings a touch of vitality.
6. Wine Cellar
This room can be used as either a wine cellar or a tasting room. Hundreds of bottles can be placed on wooden shelves. Wood carving and ox horn craft are especially eye-catching.
7. A Bedroom
The master bedroom on the ground floor is one of six. Dominated in yolk yellow and pastel pink, the room is not decorated too much. Two modern paintings add spice to the room.
8. Second Bedroom
With the rose-red curtain and bedspread, this bedroom is in a more idyllic style. Fresh greenery and neutral green walls set the tone of the countryside.
9. Second Living Room
The living room has a large heather blue built-in carpet. 2 wingback sofa chairs and a bridgewater sofa ensure you spend some quiet time after a long day at work.
10. Entertainment Spot
Next to the second living room is an entertainment area, where you can immerse yourself in literature or music.
11. Well-preserved Colonial Saltbox
Through seven French doors with wisteria-encrusted pergolas, one can access the backyard. The greenery turns it into a well-preserved colonial saltbox.
One of the two barns was converted into a studio space, containing a bedroom, a bathroom, and a 2-acre building lot for a five-bedroom house and pool with its own driveway.
Joanne's backyard is not as flashy as other celebrities'. Trees stand aside of the trim barbered lawn. It would be a perfect space for her children to have fun on a sunny day.
14. Second House
The second house converted from the mill is located on Coleytown Road along the Aspeetak River. The sunroom offers a picturesque view of the river. Joanne Woodward's mother used to live here.
Beside the house, there is a 680-feet water frontage on the Aspetuck River. On the footbridge, one can see a waterfall formed by rapid flowing water.
16. Third House
The third one is a maroon carriage house, covering an area of 1,600-square-foot. The 1900 house has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Each house is within walking distance of the Newman-Poses Nature Preserve.
17. Unforgettable Memories
This house holds all the memories of the Newman family and the growth of the children. Now it is on the market for sale. One can purchase the whole package for $9,898,000, or 2 parts with the main house for $7,499,000, or 2 parts with the secondary house for $2,399,000.