Cyndi Lauper Lists Connecticut Songwriting Getaway
Exceptional celebrity home in North Stamford! Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 3 and a half bathroom stone French Country Colonial in a peaceful, private setting with panoramic views. Interiors outfitted by the founder of French Country, Howard Kaplan featuring hand-stenciled walls and ceilings; 19th century doors, tiles and fixtures sourced from England and France; and a striking Cedar Mansard roof. Additional storybook guest house formerly used as a music studio with open concept living space featuring a stone fireplace, kitchen, and full bath. Set on meticulously planned half of an acre with stonework throughout and in ground pool.
Currently owned by Tony and Grammy winning singer/songwriter Cyndi Lauper and built by Nine West Co-Founder, Vince Camuto. Live in an inspirational home where Billboard albums were written and Broadway scores composed!
More on Ms. Lauper and the home…
Ms. Lauper purchased the home in the 1980s, around the time her hit record “True Colors” was released, according to listing agent Michael B. Leventhal of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England Properties. The house is located in a rural area of Stamford, about 45 miles outside Manhattan, and “it was a real creative place for her to get away and write and record,” said her husband, actor David Thornton. “There’s a little guesthouse which she turned into a studio. It was a way for her, a girl from Queens, to get away into the woods.” Read the full article in The Wall Street Journal by Candace Taylor