One of the East Coast’s architecturally unique homes is now on the market for the first time.
Nestled into 70 acres, this contemporary residence and ancillary buildings were designed by Gray Organschi and built in 2002 in Litchfield County, Connecticut, . The main residence is clad in granite from three local quarries and executed in stone, glass and natural materials, also featuring birch slat ceilings, pocket doors, marble baths, windows framed with sustainably harvested teak, sculptural concrete columns, lead-coated copper roof, dolomitic limestone and Silk Road sandstone floors. At over 15,000 square feet, the property contains five bedrooms, nine baths and 12 fireplaces. The three bedroom guesthouse with kitchen also has an indoor pool with his-and-hers changing rooms with windows that open to an entertaining patio with outdoor fireplace. Other amenities include a squash court, screening room, wine and exercise rooms and a swedish sauna. There is also a two-bedroom gate house, a tennis court and house with meadow-grass roof, and a seven-car garage. The main residence is built on a rise overlooking a five-acre, spring-fed swimming pond with its own pond house. Something that home buyers don’t see very often is the estate’s faux Greek temple with 50-seat amphitheater that offers a high view of the surrounding Litchfield Hills.
Award-winning contemporary compound on 70 acres in Litchfield County, Connecticut is now on the market for the first time. Priced at $14.9 million.
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