A Circa-1979 Easton Home Designed by Famed Architect Eliot Noyes Lists for $1.85M

Although Connecticut is beginning to boast eye-catching 21st-century moderns, there’s nothing quite like an original reimagined with contemporary touches. Built in 1979, this beautiful Eliot Noyes home was taken down to the studs by the current owners and given fresh life while still emphasizing the creator’s spectacular architectural vision. One of the famed Harvard Five, Noyes’ designs are highly sought after and the home is now seeking a sweet $1.85 million. It just listed two days ago and likely won’t be available long.

The secluded property sits on 3.17 acres, hidden away within its own sheath of woods. The home’s exterior may make it seem compact to the naked eye, but the 4,805-square-foot home holds three bedrooms and four bathrooms. Black windows line the walls and bring in immense light, including a dramatic skylight up above the tiered living area. Despite what may feel like exposure to the outside, the thick forest is truly the best type of blinds.

Wood ceilings dance off natural stone elements and warm up the home’s open concept design. The kitchen’s minimalist aesthetic, complete with a waterfall island, mirrors the rest of the home in the way that it highlights the powdered or green landscape always in sight.

Double doors with geometric accents open to the indoor pool and solarium. What better way to relax on a snow day than splashing around or reading in this indoor oasis? Another great option is the downstairs media room, which leads to a sleek wine cellar.

A Noyes home that’s move-in ready for today’s living, Kim Harizman of Compass holds the impressive listing.