The New Canaan Home of Late New Yorker Cartoonist Charles Saxon Lists for $1.25M

The Joseph Stevens-Charles Saxon house is one of New Canaan's oldest dwellings and is currently offered for $1.25M.After moving on, reluctantly at first, from the Leary’s place we fell into a fascination for the late New Yorker cartoonist Charles Saxon’s circa-1722 clapboard Colonial. The Joseph Stevens–Charles Saxon House, as it’s called, is one of New Canaan’s oldest dwellings. Thoroughly restored over the years, the 2,728-square-foot home still features two original fireplaces, one of them with a beehive oven, along with wide-board chestnut floors. An addition was constructed in 1930 from a barn that was on the property, repurposing its beams, posts and floorboards. The home also offers four bedrooms and three bathrooms, along with a Kitchens by Deane kitchen. Karen Sneirson of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty lists the property for $1,250,000.

4 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
2,728 sq. ft.
$1.25 Million

Contact: Karen Sneirson at William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty,

Exposed beams and a wood ceiling add a rustic vibe.

The kitchen has been updated by Kitchens by Deane.

A stone porch looks over the backyard.

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Striking 4-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom home with open south views of the New York City skyline, and sun flooding through new windows from every room. The fantastic layout offers separation and double bedroom wings, each with designated baths. The chef’s kitchen features handcrafted Smallbone cabinets, Pietra Cardosa granite counters, and Italian porcelain floors. 530 Park Avenue amenities offer concierge, fitness center, children's room, sitting rooms overlooking an antique fountain and garden, media center, and library.

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