This $1.67M Listing Proves Contemporary Can Be Cozy
A circa-1977 Middlebury contemporary proves you don’t have to look old-fashioned to feel cozy. Designed by architect Harris Feinn, the single-story, low-slung profile looks every inch a midcentury modern. But push open the bright-red front door and dramatic, open-plan interiors are revealed. The common rooms have few floor-to-ceiling walls. Rather, one sitting area is defined by a change in flooring (from stone to blond wood) and its honey-hued stone hearth. Another is sunken, with a three-quarter-height wall screening off an adjacent dining area. There’s more cool coziness to be found in the master suite with its own sitting room and fireplace. And on the three-acre grounds, there’s a free-form pool and pavilion-style pool house with a full kitchen. It’s listed for $1,670,000 with Jeffrey Boucher of Joyce S. Drakely Real Estate.
3,864 sq. ft.
Contact: Jeffrey Boucher at Joyce S. Drakeley Real Estate, drakeley.com
The home features a professional-grade kitchen.
A wall of windows adds plenty of light to the breakfast nook.
The home features custom lighting to display artwork.
Partial walls designate between living spaces.
A poolhouse overlooks the free-form pool.
The poolhouse features a full kitchen and sitting area.
The low-slung midcentury modern façade.