Orange Wow Home: 'Real Treasure in the Modern Architecture World' – Patch.com

ORANGE, CT -- The most recent Orange wow home is positioned at 471 Derby Milford Highway and the present asking value is $.6 million, in keeping with Realtor.com. This house contains four,000-square-toes of dwelling house.

  • Handle: 471 Derby Milford Rd, Orange, Connecticut
  • Worth: $,600,000
  • Sq. Toes: 4000
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bogs: three Baths
  • Constructed: 1951
  • Options: A real treasure in the trendy structure world. Designed by the legendary Marcel Breuer, forerunner of Modernism, certainly one of the "Harvard 5 Architects". This new house type of the 50's set the requirements for contemporary design all through the world, in residential and industrial buildings. Traditionally a 5 bed room house, this Bi-Stage modern has over 4000 sq. toes.
  • The Donald N. Clark Home is amongst his quite a few credit as is the Whitney Museum of American Artwork in NY city and the IBM Constructing in La Gaude, France. Breuer's use of contrasting supplies, textures, and lightweight are proven in this house with ceilings of wooden, partitions of sophistication and open, ethereal patios.
  • With Nice Rooms, Stone Facades and Steel Sculptures round the 5.5 acres, this showplace will promote to the hobbyist, the Breuer fanatic, able to cool down into Modernistic methods of yesteryear. This house is up to date with hovering masonry, fantastically designed house and peaceable views of nature from each room. An extended personal drive welcomes you to this Modernistic type ranch. Please, all showings should accompany a preapproval letter.

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Orange Wow Home: 'Real Treasure in the Modern Architecture World' - Patch.com