‘Girls Just Want To Have Fun’ – Pam’s Look Inside Cyndi Lauper’s Connecticut Home
I love this lady and her eclectic style. It would be wicked cool to walk the halls where her creative juices flowed.
Watch and listen to the video above, as I take you on a virtual tour of Cyndi Lauper's unique and beautiful home in Stamford, CT that just came onto the real estate market for $1.25 million.
The property is listed with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and their website describes the home as a stone French Country Colonial with three bedrooms, three and a half baths, deck, patio, in-ground pool, as well as hand-stenciled walls and ceilings, tiles and fixtures from England and France and 19th-century doors.
For me, the extra big "wow" is the guest house that was used as a music studio. The catalog of hits from Cyndi Lauper includes some of my best memories of the 80s. Songs like "Girls Just Want to Have Fun", "True Colors", "I Drove All Night", "Time After Time", "She Bop", "All Through the Night", and on and on.
Fast forward to the 2000s and Cyndi Lauper's incredible contribution to the hit Broadway musical Kinky Boots. She wrote the songs for the show, which has been running for five years now in New York City. Plus, she recently released some new country music with her 2016 album Detour.
Lucky indeed, is the person that winds up owning the house on 250 Saddle Hill Road in North Stamford. I'm hoping if they read this, they'll invite me to drop by.