Own an Iconic Midcentury in New Canaan For $1.55M

Own an Iconic Midcentury in New Canaan For $1.55M

By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo
Just 45 miles from Manhattan, the midcentury enclave of New Canaan, Connecticut, includes Philip Johnson's iconic Glass House, as well as many other notable residences.

For instance, this stunning modernist home designed by James Evans—a student of Louis Kahn—is now on the market for $1,549,000.

The 3,000-square-foot home features five bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, a spacious open-plan living area, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows that allow for expansive views of the three-acre property, which even includes a pond. 

This beautiful home is set on three acres in the iconic enclave of New Canaan, Connecticut.

Two unique features of this home include the angled roof of the post-and-beam construction and the tongue-and-groove ceiling.

The open-plan living area allows for multiple configurations. 

As you can see above, the living and dining area offers plenty of space for entertaining.

Another beautiful feature of the home is the stone fireplace. 

Floor-to-ceiling walls of glass allow for expansive views of the property and pond. 

This corner could be an additional dining area, as well as a quiet reading nook. 

The kitchen also has plenty of stunning cabinetry, providing great storage space. 

The skylight in the hallway allows for even more natural light. 

Along with the bright, airy setting, the master bedroom also features a fireplace.

Here is a peek at one of the bathrooms.

Above is one of the many breathtaking views available from the backyard.

126 Chichester Road is now on the market for $1,549,000. See the full listing here

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