Litchfield Home Built by Bauhaus Architect Marcel Breuer Lists for $3.8M
The Bauhaus—the German school founded by architect Walter Gropius—turns 100 this year, and its design aesthetic has never looked cooler. But don’t take our word for it.
Check out the circa-1957 home in the town of Litchfield built by Bauhaus architect Marcel Breuer and listed for $3.8 million. Called Gagarin I, the two-story modern master is centered on a double-height, glass-walled living room with a sculptural fireplace.
Additional stylistic features include a rock wall in the master suite, a floating staircase, teak flooring and cork ceilings. On the 1.7 acres: bluestone terraces and a reflection pool. It lists with Mark Madonna and Jeffrey Phillips of Sotheby's International Realty in Washington Depot. 917-284-8276 and 917-284-8697.