An English cottage in Connecticut becomes a downsized home for empty-nesters.
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When Lynn DiMenna found a 100-year-old English style cottage in a wooded area of Fairfield County, Conn., she knew it was just what she and her husband were looking for. Recent empty-nesters, they wanted to downsize, but still have room for children to visit. They wanted a private place to relax that would be an easy commute into New York City. To make it all work, however, some major remodeling was in order.