Architect Vincent Falotico of Brooks & Falotico Lists Stunning Hilltop Home in Ridgefield
The home of the husband-and-wife architect team of the firm Brooks & Falotico—Vincent Falotico and his late wife, Angelina—has come onto the market. The couple built the residence on one of the highest points in all of Connecticut, designed to take in 60-mile views to the west and south. Created by top architects in a one-of-a-kind location, this pristine property is a gem.
On nearly four Ridgefield acres, the compound is anchored by the 6,743-square-foot main residence, styled as a modern farmhouse with its white-clapboard exteriors and many-columned porches. There are plenty of pleasures to keep you from working: A great room and bar that opens onto a covered porch with a fireplace; a sound-isolated theater with eight reclining leather seats and an 11-foot screen; and, outdoors, a bocce court and vegetable garden. But there’s also a 900-square-foot artist’s studio, with its own fireplace and bathroom and, for less painterly pursuits, a third-floor office with a private balcony.
The chic and amenity-filled home is listed for $4.195 million with Laura Freed Ancona of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty.