Nearly 4 acres on Long Island Sound with incredible views to great Captain’s Island, Calf Island and beyond. Clifton-On-The-Sound was the sight of the former home of Charles Mallory. Inspired by the picturesque shoreline, this extraordinary residence was designed by Paul Rudolph, dean of architecture at Yale University, to reflect and enhance its spectacular location. A long drive marks the tranquil approach to the beautifully landscaped grounds. Mature trees, exquisite gardens, and charming gazeboes complement the glorious backdrop of endless water. Airy principal rooms enable indoor spaces to merge with the exterior surroundings to incorporate the dazzling scenery into daily living. Step-down living room with stone fireplace and vaulted ceiling opens to an expansive terrace. Magnificent master suite opens to private balcony with built-in seating. Large 2nd floor study with generous display cabinetry. The lower level hosts a spacious mirrored exercise room. This is a unique setting.