Novelist William Styron’s Roxbury, Connecticut home, which sits on 4.5 woodsy and protected acres, is on the market now for $2.2 million. The American writer died in 2006.
The 4,600 square foot home dates from 1850 and is about 85 miles north of New York. Also on the acreage: a guest house, in-ground pool, tennis courts, and manicured gardens and ponds. Mr. Styron’s memoir Darkness Visible notes the home’s “autumnal loveliness.” Mr. Styron previously won a Pulitzer Prize in 1968 for The Confessions of Nat Turner.