A Westport, Conn., home where Prudence Farrow once lived is on the market for $9 million.
The younger sister of Mia Farrow, Prudence is famous for being the subject of the Beatles’ White Album song, “Dear Prudence.”
In 1963, a teenage Prudence stayed in the property at 157 Easton Road in Westport for a year, mourning the death of her father, director John Farrow.
In her memoir, Prudence describes living at the Mediterranean-style villa and reminisces about hiking in the woods, canoeing and skating on its pond and playing with neighbors.
Prudence, 72, is now a transcendental meditation (TM) instructor.
At the time, it was owned by Leopold Godowsky Jr., a concert violinist and photographer who helped develop Kodacolor and Ektachrome, and his wife, the painter and singer Frankie Gershwin — the younger sister of music legends George, Arthur and Ira.
The property features three properties.
The biggest is a 7,056-square-foot main house, with five bedrooms, five bathrooms, two half baths, three fireplaces, an indoor pool, a wine cellar and a gym.
There’s also a one-bedroom, 1,031-square-foot guest house, known as River House, that comes with just one bathroom and fireplace; and a two-bedroom, two-bathroom guest house with a kitchen and fireplace that is 1,273 square feet.
Don’t forget the tennis courts, a greenhouse and walking trails — all on 2.75 acres. The listing broker is Susan Vanech of Compass.