A HOBI Award-Winning House in Norwalk Wants Just $1.5M

A HOBI Award-Winning House in Norwalk Wants $1.5M

In Norwalk, Windover is a new enclave of eight HOBI-award-winning homes, designed by Beinfield Architecture on a 12-acre site that retains a rural feel, with meadows, walking trails, fields of wildflowers, and a private pond. One of the three homes remaining, listed for $1.55 million, is a twist on the traditional saltbox, with its shiplap siding, cedar-shingle and seamed-metal roofs, and mix of upright and low-slung massing.

This property represents a trend toward houses built with a smaller footprint but with best-quality materials and amenities—quality over quantity, in other words. The 3,200-square-foot interiors boast a kitchen with Wolf appliances, two dishwashers and a butler’s pantry, a first-floor master suite with a full marble bathroom, and a great room with a floor-to-ceiling fireplace.

It’s offered by Denise Walsh of Denise Walsh & Partners with William Raveis.

A HOBI Award-Winning House in Norwalk Wants $1.5M