Washington, CT Home Known As 'Wild Acres' Lists for $1.75M



Washington CT home for sale

Called Wild Acres, this Washington home was built by architect Andrew Geller, who started his design career with Raymond Loewy, the acclaimed American industrial designer, before joining the architecture firm Loewy/Snaith. He’s credited with designing whimsically shaped and inexpensive beach houses primarily in the Hamptons, Fire Island and Martha’s Vineyard, as well as the interiors of the Lever House building on Park Avenue in Manhattan and Stamford’s Lord & Taylor, now a landmarked property.

Built in 1976, this home’s interiors center on a dramatic kitchen and dining space with white-paneled cathedral ceilings, a fieldstone fireplace and a bold patterned-tile floor, along with an oversized Viking range and Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances.

The 5.63-acre grounds offer a renovated pool house and pool and are surrounded by more than 130 acres of protected land. It’s listed for $1,795,000 with Stacey Matthews of the Matthews Group with William Raveis Real Estate

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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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