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 detail and luxurious materials that 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.
Construction by Cornerstone Builders
Hardware: Nanz Hardware
Plumbing Fixtures: P.E. Guerin
Millwork: Eisenhardt Mills
Stone work: Integrated Services