Trying to escape the bustle of New York Metropolis for somewhat little bit of “The Sounds of Silence?” Look no additional: legendary songwriter Paul Simon has put his spacious, 6-bedroom residence in New Canaan, Connecticut, available on the market. The stately, Georgian-style brick home (which is listed by William Pitt Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty) was designed by architect Harold Reeve Sleeper in 1938. It is nestled on 31.79 woody acres behind a stone wall with a gated entry, making it the proper enclave for a working inventive. If aspiring songwriters cannot discover ample house to brainstorm round the principle home’s 5 fireplaces, worry not: there is a 2,400-square-foot visitor cottage, which the house’s itemizing not-so-subtly guarantees makes a great “visitor home, musician’s or author’s studio.” Additionally on the property? Formal walled gardens, a pool, a “nice garden,” and a pond surrounded by meadows-no troubled water right here. Click on by for a full tour and see the itemizing right here.