A HOBI Award-Winning House in Norwalk Wants Just $1.5M



A HOBI Award-Winning House in Norwalk Wants $1.5M

In Norwalk, Windover is a new enclave of eight HOBI-award-winning homes, designed by Beinfield Architecture on a 12-acre site that retains a rural feel, with meadows, walking trails, fields of wildflowers, and a private pond. One of the three homes remaining, listed for $1.55 million, is a twist on the traditional saltbox, with its shiplap siding, cedar-shingle and seamed-metal roofs, and mix of upright and low-slung massing.

This property represents a trend toward houses built with a smaller footprint but with best-quality materials and amenities—quality over quantity, in other words. The 3,200-square-foot interiors boast a kitchen with Wolf appliances, two dishwashers and a butler’s pantry, a first-floor master suite with a full marble bathroom, and a great room with a floor-to-ceiling fireplace.

It’s offered by Denise Walsh of Denise Walsh & Partners with William Raveis.

A HOBI Award-Winning House in Norwalk Wants $1.5M

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475 Flying Point Road, Water Mill, NY
Located less than a half-mile to Water Mill’s world-class Flying Point beaches, this super stylish compound on 3+/- acres offers two separate legal residences, a 3-car+ garage with sitting and bathrooms, 60'x20' heated Gunite pool with spa, and tennis court. Architect Alexander Antonelli with Fountainhead Construction used modern materials and systems that are intrinsic throughout, right down to the finished lower levels. Everything has been designed to integrate indoor-outdoor living and entertainment across this ideal Hamptons property.



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