From the street, this midcentury modern house is notable for its tower, tall windows, and asymmetry. The floors are maple or tile. Two front entrances open onto a wide, two-story gallery connecting four large rooms: a sunken living room with a cathedral ceiling, a dining room with a wall of built-in cabinets, an eat-in kitchen, and a paneled family room with a two-story fireplace and another wall of built-ins. Large windows look across a long deck into a gardenerâ€™s yard. The upper level consists of a long study, formerly three bedrooms, and an elevated master bedroom with its own balcony. One of the bathrooms on this level has a soaking tub and the other a tiled shower. The rooms are connected by a catwalk with a circular stair at one end and a staircase at the other. The walk-out lower level contains two bedrooms, a third full bath, a sitting room, a kitchen-sized laundry, a utility room, a pantry, and a cedar closet, in addition to a wide hall and a storage room with shelving. Completed in 1972, the house was remodeled in 2004 and has since been extensively updated, respecting its architectural integrity. The exterior is cedar siding and shakes. Outbuildings include a garden house and two 18th-century sheep barns, one of which serves as a garage. Stone walls lend ambience to the 3.4-acre property, half of which is in lawn, fruit trees, cedars, and a variety of ornamentals, and the rest in woods and picturesque rock outcroppings.
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Central.
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