Filed under: Estates
Modern in the 1950s and 1960s and modern now mean two entirely different things. Case in point, this home built by famed architect Edward Durell Stone in New Canaan, Connecticut in 1959. This peaked roof mid-century modern went through a major restoration in 2006/07. The 4400 square foot home now has a new Snaidero kitchen and new bathrooms with plenty of stone and those glass bowl sinks that are currently so popular. The home has four bedrooms and there are 12 pyramid skylights total. The estate also includes a reflecting pool and a home theater. My question for you is whether or not the restoration fits the home. While I think the kitchen is a match, the bathrooms seem a bit too au courant rather than classic modern. This estate is listed at $4.9 million.
Gallery: Edward Durrell Stone House