House in Connecticut Blending Tradition and Contemporary Design
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House in Connecticut Blending Tradition and Contemporary Design

For today we would like to present an intriguing residence, initially built in 1932 for the renowned American muralist Ezra Winter. The impressive 6,600 square foot house was designed by Winterhouse Studio and is located in a privileged landscape in Northwestern Connecticut. The natural environment within which this home is integrated features landscaped gardens, open land, hiking trails, streams and a beautiful natural waterfall. The house consists of four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, a large painted studio with 30’ ceilings and 24’ high windows, contemporary kitchen, garage and barn. The generous living room (or family room) can be recognized by the original stone fireplace and floor to ceiling bookshelves. The dining room looks royal and inviting. How do you like the mix of old and new in this particular project? [Photo Credits: Albert Vecerka/Esto & Michael Moran ]

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