Home Sweet Martha: A Look Inside All of Martha Stewart’s Homes
From New York City to the Connecticut countryside, Martha Stewart has called a number of gorgeous places home over the years. Take a look at all of her properties, both past and present.
It should come as no surprise that Martha Stewart has impeccable taste in picking a place to call home. Over the years, she’s owned more than a handful of different properties, and though each home was unique in its own right, they’re all also distinctly Martha.
Her Turkey Hill farmstead in Connecticut is what many consider Martha’s most iconic home despite the fact that she hasn’t lived there since 2007. She purchased the historic farmhouse in the early ’70s, and while renovating the home and the land that surrounded it, Martha first began to explore her passion for housewares. Since then, she’s also put down roots in New York City, the Hamptons, and Maine. Her historic vacation house in Maine, which Martha calls Skylands, which sits on Mount Desert Island, is steeped in history: Though our founder owns it now, it once belonged to the Ford family.