Brooks & Falotico

A Built-For-Fun Field House (on the Cover of CTC&G!)

This family-friendly, built-for-fun field house sits on a stretch of land down the hill from the client’s main home, a Georgian Colonial. The structure is a departure from the traditional style of the house; instead, it boasts the clean lines and massive windows of a modern farmhouse.

The field house — which includes a squash court, bowling alley, basketball court, batting cage, and plenty of space to entertain—was on the cover of Connecticut Cottages and Gardens’ April issue! You can read the full article here, and see some of the stunning photos below.

Huge, garage-style doors open so that the fun can spill out onto the rest of the property.

Cathedral ceilings and an open floorplan allow a glimpse of the basketball court.

A full bar and bowling alley make for next-level game nights.

The bowling alley includes two full lanes, emblazoned with the clients’ favorite team logo.

The massive doors on either side of the batting cage open up fully (see them in action here!).

The bedroom is sleepover-ready.

The living room, complete with a ping pong table, opens onto a fully equipped outdoor entertaining space.

A full kitchen, adjacent to the outdoor grill and dining table, makes summer barbecues a breeze.

From outdoor entertaining in the summer to bowling parties in winter to epic sleepovers, the field house is an all-family, all-season structure the client will enjoy for years to come.

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