EASTON \u2014 Part Tuscan villa, part Wyoming ski weekend escape, the 17-room estate at 30 Crossbow Lane was built to live up to its nickname, \u201cLa Dolce Vita,\u201d according to listing agent Carol Langeland, of William Pitt Sotheby\u2019s International Realty. The estate of the late Arnie D\u2019Angelo \u2014 a successful entrepreneur credited with marketing Bigelow teabags in the creative \u201ctea chests\u201d offered to restaurant customers \u2014 the Mediterranean-style home features a 500-bottle wine grotto, Jackson Hole game room and a five-car garage with pit crew lounge. \u201cThe seller\u2019s home is a true reflection of his creativity and life passions,\u201d Langeland said. \u201cThe stunning wall frescos and various statues also reflect his appreciation for artistic talent. Arnie genuinely enjoyed supporting others with his expertise and gifted genius.\u201d The home features European antique wood floors, custom alder doors and hand-painted decorative walls and millwork throughout. At 8,764 square feet, the home offers six bedrooms, as well as four full and two half baths. The villa-inspired eat-in kitchen includes top-end appliances, a pantry and a wood-burning fireplace and the living room with fireplace opens to the cozy study and an arboretum. The first-floor den has another fireplace, as does the primary suite upstairs, which includes a dressing room with four closets and a private bath. The backyard of the three-acre property is primed for summer entertaining with a large fieldstone patio and professional landscaping, a saltwater pool and spa and outdoor fireplace. This house is on the market for nearly $1.73 million. For details, contact Carol Langeland, of William Pitt Sotheby\u2019s International Realty, at 203-895-7892 or email@example.com.