See inside Fredrik Eklund’s new Connecticut mansion

You Tarzan, me Fredrik. 😍

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Back in April, our favorite high kicking real estate agent Fredrik Eklund bought himself a $3.5 million classic mansion in Roxbury, Connecticut. He announced the buy in an Instagram post where he described the home as “really big, she’s a classic Georgian dream house with long vistas over the Litchfield hills and 8 acres of land, our land!”

I’m excited to share with you all that Derek and I have bought a house in Connecticut. 😄 Here she is! We are so happy!!!! We haven’t been able to sleep here in London in excitement. She’s really big, she’s a classic Georgian dream house with long vistas over the Litchfield hills and 8 acres of land, our land! She comes with a movie-cinema, a wine-cellar, a pond full of fish, an infinity pool and massive woods for the dogs to run in! 😍 Ever since I was a little boy I’ve dreamed of this – and just 90 minutes from Manhattan. I actually got tears in my eyes the first time I entered the master suite… I can’t really describe it. Anyway, it means so much to me as I have worked so hard, and I feel thankful and happy today for this dream come true. Tonight we will celebrate with our families. #NewBeginning 😍

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While we were able to track down listing photos of the house, over the weekend, Eklund himself shared photos of its interiors with the world on his Instagram account, including his pool, the living room, his kitchen and his dogs.

Happy Labor Day Weekend from FreDerek. #4wieners

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Time to write another book. ☕️🔥📖

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On Sunday, he even posted an Instagram Stories video of his home. Though the video disappears after 24 hours, the Daily Mail recorded it so you can watch it below.

Of course, the weekend can’t last forever — even for Fredrik Eklund. The star broker posted one final photo of the house yesterday with the caption. “It’s so hard to say good bye to her, but tomorrow the fall season of selling starts. In New York City! #MrSell”

It’s so hard to say good bye to her, but tomorrow the fall season of selling starts. In New York City! #MrSell

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  • AdvancedVisualisation

    The house looks so idyllic and it seems beautifully integrated into the landscape , it’s unreal.