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23 Huckleberry Lane, Weston, CT 06883

$1,600,000
MONUMENTALLY MODERN John Fowler’s AIA award-winning Wasserman House (1964) comes to the open market for the first time! Sited on 2 wooded acres in Lower Weston with over 300 feet of Saugatuck River frontage, Wasserman House’s “...updated clapboard treatment and minimal interference with the natural terrain establishes a unanimity of tone.” (American Institute of Architects, 1969). Designed by architect John Fowler (Yale 1958), a Paul Rudolph protege and later contemporary, the house’s striking massing and playful interior space-distribution afford stunning points of view from within and without. Brutalist in form, yet warm and embracing in its use of materials, Wasserman House was heavily published upon completion. Selected media includes Progressive Architecture, Architectural Design, The New York Times Magazine, House and Garden, Connecticut Architect, The Architectural Record and American Builder. Upon restoration, it was featured in Wallpaper*, Modernism, once again in The New York Times, Connecticut Cottages & Gardens and Westport Magazine among others. Commissioned in 1964 and restored by the current owner in 2000, this breathtakingly original mid-century features a double living room divided by a sunken stone fireplace/conversation pit, terraced primary bedroom, two restored period baths, guest room with patio, sun-filled office, restored original kitchen with updated appliances (Subzero, Miele, Dacor, Gaggenau), dining area with balcony, additional bedroom (cont'd...)

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2,263 Sq.Ft. LIVING AREA

2 Acres lot

Kristi Law

Kristi Law

Jim Gricar

Jim Gricar

Features & Amenities

Interior

  • total bedrooms3
  • Total bathrooms2
  • full bathrooms2
  • APPLIANCES Dishwasher, Electric Cooktop, Dryer, Microwave, Oven, Washer

Area & Lot

  • Status Sold
  • Living Area2,263 Sq.Ft.
  • Lot Area2 Acres
  • MLS® ID170601224
  • TypeResidential
  • YEAR BUILT1964
  • Architecture StylesModern
  • Water FrontageY
  • View DescriptionWater
  • Elementary SchoolHurlbutt
  • Middle SchoolWeston
  • High SchoolWeston

Exterior

  • Garage Space2
  • water SourceWell
  • PoolGunite, Heated, Outdoor Pool, In Ground
  • lot featuresWooded, Waterfront
  • parkingAsphalt, Circular Driveway
  • HEAT TYPEOil, Hot Water
  • AIR CONDITIONINGWhole House Fan
  • sewerSeptic Tank
  • SubstructureWood Siding
  • security FeaturesSecurity System
  • other exterior FeaturesBalcony, Patio, Barn(s)

Financial

  • Sales Price$1,600,000
  • Real Estate Tax $13,255/yr
  • Zoning R

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