A highly observant and design focused client occupies a Cotswolds-style, slate-roof Tudor of stucco with limestone detailing that dates to 1925. Encompassing twelve acres of elegantly wooded grounds, the building lies amid a unique, park-like Connecticut enclave planned and subdivided by the Olmsted Brothers in 1925.
We created an elegant home of uncompromising detailthat matched the family's epic collection of Post-Impressionistic art.
All images used with permission from Jonathan Wallen & Durston Saylor.
Architecture by John B. Murray, Architect, LLC.
Landscape by Deborah Nevins, Landscape Design, LLC.
Interior Design by Parkin H. Saunders, Interiors.
Hardware: Nanz Hardware
Plumbing Fixtures: P.E. Guerin
Millwork: Eisenhardt Mills
Stone work: Integrated Services