Spectacular mid-century modern home, impeccably restored and sitting on over three acres of professionally landscaped grounds with unobstructed views of Yale, New Haven and the Long Island Sound. Built by a renowned Yale anthropologist some 200' above sea level, this house is like no other, featuring multiple waterfalls, private trails, a Japanese tea house, an irrigated vegetable and herb garden, an outdoor fireplace, mature perennial beds, and a terraced peony garden covering nearly half an acre.
Over the last decade, the current owners have architecturally transformed the original structure to a modern, efficient, and light-filled residence. Multiple work at home spaces. Generous storage options. A kitchen with walk-in pantry, extra freezer, two ovens and two dishwashers. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls line the dining room, which sits adjacent to a dramatic cantilevered porch. First floor guest bedroom features a private entrance and full handicapped bath. Upstairs, there are panoramic views from every window (all recently replaced) with updated mechanicals. There is even room for an elevator.
The detached garage has been repurposed as a private studio/office with independent thermostat. Electric car-charging station in driveway, and a rooftop deck offering 360 degree views make this a house that you won’t want to miss. Minutes to both I-91 and Merritt Parkway. 90 minutes to NYC.