The luxury mansion owned by Fotis Dulos and Jennifer Farber Dulos has come on the market for $1.75 million.
The posh property in Farmington, CT, is the place where the couple raised their five children prior to their divorce.
After Fotis Dulos was charged with a role in his estranged wife’s disappearance, he attempted suicide in the garage of the mansion earlier this year. He died two days later.
At the time of his death in January, he faced charges stemming from Jennifer’s mysterious disappearance. She vanished in May 2019, and her body has yet to be found.
The home is part of the family estate that is being sold off, with proceeds to go to the couple’s five children. The furnishings and other personal items left behind are being sold at auction.
After just days on the market, the property has attracted an offer and is listed in “contingency” status. The home’s pricing is right in line with the median price in Farmington, which currently has a median list price of $154 per square foot. The Dulos home is priced at $168 per square foot.
Dulos built the luxury estate for his family in 2011, through his development company, Fore Group.
Set on over 2 acres, the 10,396-square-foot layout features six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, and three half-bathrooms.
Reclaimed brick and slate were used in the home’s construction, and it features a “flexible floor plan that combines utility with elegance,” according to the listing details from Ellyn Marshall of William Raveis Real Estate.
A gourmet Christopher Peacock kitchen features a six-burner Viking stove, three ovens, and a Sub-Zero fridge, as well as a butler’s pantry, which houses two more serving fridges and a wine fridge.
The spacious living areas feature French doors from the family room and kitchen that open out to the patio. A luxurious master bedroom suite includes a wood-burning fireplace, a sitting room, a walk-in closet, and a marble bathroom with two vanities.
Other amenities include a library with arched ceilings, wine cellar, furnished gym, and home office with vaulted ceilings, separate entrance, a half-bathroom, and kitchenette.
The spacious residence also features an elevator, Kaleidescape home-theater system, four wood-burning fireplaces, and a whole-house generator.
According to reports, the couple, who met at Brown University, moved into the custom-built home in 2012.
The home was a showcase for Fortis’ company, funded in part by Jennifer’s father, Hilliard Farber. Jennifer was a writer who had a blog and wrote for the local guide patch.com.
As the marriage became strained, Jennifer left with her five children in 2017, and filed for divorce. She moved to New Canaan, CT, and Fotis remained at the Farmington mansion.
Their divorce hadn’t been finalized at the time of her disappearance. After a police investigation, Fortis was charged with traveling to Jennifer’s home and killing her. Out on bail, he was due in court on the day he attempted suicide.