Most people have a little of the voyeur in them when it comes to celebrities. However, we don't often get a chance to look inside their homes. Two celebrity homes are for sale in Connecticut and, thanks to the wonders of video marketing, everyone can take a peek inside with moving an inch from their computer.
Robert Redford used to live in Weston, Conn. in a house designed by architect Michael Greenberg . Described as a rustic chic contemporary, it has barn siding, exposed wood beams and four stone fireplaces. Take a look at it here .
Leopold Godowsky, Jr. , a violinist who invented the Kodachrome process with Leopold Mannes , used to live in Westport, Conn. with his wife Frankie . She was the younger sister of George and Ira Gershwin . The actress Maureen O'Sullivan rented the property for a while. Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra are rumored to have visited there. Godowsky created a compound called River Run, which includes a pool, tennis court, guest cottage, boathouse and a 13-room house with river, lake and waterfall views. Wander through this house by clicking here .
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