Be dazzled by this artistic masterpiece through which the design is subtly woven. This custom home, both exciting and peaceful, channels the best of the Arts and Crafts architecture of Charles and Henry Greene, among the greats in the architectural pantheon, but with a modern spin. Set amid five pastoral country acres, the setting captures delightful vistas and stunning western sunsets. Numerous windows and doors blur the distinction between indoors and out, and introduce natural light and fresh air. The open floor plan promotes an informal lifestyle, incorporating great room spaces countered by coziness and warmth. Integrating various aspects of the home through the use of a common vocabulary, reflects attention to detail and creates the fluid sense of calm. The whole is a direct and simple, but beautiful, environment. The main entry doors incorporating the diamond design, executed in custom art glass, open to a grand entry and great room beyond. Rich woods are used liberally for paneling and wainscoting. The stair railings and posts offer another element of creativity and unexpected beauty. The stairway landing with window provides light and a built-in perch from which to admire nature or enjoy a good book. Six bedrooms include a +/- 1400 sq.ft. master suite with fireplace, two baths, dressing rooms, subtly lighted terrace with hot tub overlooking the verdant grounds, and separate 1 bedroom apartment. Pool and Court.
Along a 30-mile stretch of coastline in Fairfield County, Connecticut, is a collection of blue-chip communities that are among the most affluent in America. This is the Gold Coast, on the Long Island Sound, where 24-karat pockets like Greenwich and Darien have some of the nation’s highest per capita income levels. En savoir plus sur les maisons de luxe Fairfield County