A stunning country retreat set on 2.7 spectacular acres, this storied Weston residence know as "Apple Hill" was originally moved from Cannon Crossings. It has been carefully reimagined for the modern age - every inch has been restored or enhanced; the results are remarkable. A new Chef's kitchen and Master suite are virtually Architectural Digest ready with updates that seamlessly reflect both a rustic core, and a new vision for a more contemporary, active lifestyle. Both have unparalleled views of the grounds, sweeping patios and circular 45ft Slim Aarons worthy pool. Entertaining guests or gathering with family will be ideal in the original post-and-beam great room with space for everyone in front of the two story stone fireplace. The large square bedrooms all have en-suite bathrooms and are flooded with natural light. Fully equipped guest cottage above the detached garage with wonderful privacy. Entertainment greats have socialized here since the 1920s, continuing through the '50s, after the Langners founded the Theatre Guild in Manhattan, in 1918. Parts of The Swimmer were filmed here in 1968, and several scenes of The Stepford Wives played out dramatically here in 1975. With their passion for theater the Langners went on to establish the Westport Country Playhouse and the American Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford, CT. Certainly Fairfield County meant a lot to them and this exceptional home must be seen in person to appreciate its history and timeless appeal.