Herrick House - The Former Estate of Art Collector, Melva Bucksbaum. This Magnificent Estate is an Art Collector's Paradise. The Main house, originally built in the 1920's has been completely renovated in 2007-2008 with top-quality craftsmanship throughout. The property consists of 7 buildings to include the main residence, a guest home, a caretaker's house with storage facility with security office above, pool with pool house and library, large utility garage, completely renovated log cabin and a state-of-the-art Museum called the 'Granary', all located on 51.08 acres in scenic Sharon, Connecticut. The Granary, is a 14,000 sq. ft. art gallery that offers 4 gallery viewing rooms, storage vaults, FE25 clean agent fire suppression system to protect the artwork, expansive security system with video surveillance, glass art transport elevator, Lufton lighting, commercial-grade geothermal heating system, water bug system, humidity system to keep art in its natural state with a regulated alarm system. The Granary is temperature controlled, so it could also be converted to be used for a wine collector, vehicle gallery, etc. This beautiful property offers stone entrances with automatic gates, stone walls, country gravel driveways, professionally manicured landscaping, apple orchard and fruit-bearing trees, chef's herb and vegetable garden, courtyard with lighted flagstone walking paths, meadows with rolling fields and untouched land to maintain its natural beauty. Very Special Property!