An Architect’s Rad Midcentury Modern in New Milford, CT Hits the Market
In New Milford, a circa-1969 modern has a renovated and expanded kitchen that was designed to keep the midcentury vibe cooking. The galley-style space opens onto a breakfast table on one end and a dining area on the other, sited along a glass wall with access to a wraparound deck. Yet more dining options, albeit perhaps not this time of year: There’s a 600-square-foot screened-in porch—currently outfitted with modern sofas and a table that seats 12 —that cantilevers over the 10-acre property.
Back in the kitchen, the owners built custom shelving to house their teacup collection with the note that the shelves can be removed if the feature is not the new owners’ cup of, well you know. The kitchen also offers Wolf, Sub-Zero and Miele appliances. The low-slung dwelling was renovated by owner/architect Donald Billinkoff and his wife, interior designer Judith Melinger, and comes with a heated pool, as well as a renovated Airstream camper that is used as a guest house.
It is listed for $1.45 million with Ira Goldspiel of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty.