Look Inside a $2.2M Branford, CT Contemporary Overlooking a Wildlife Sanctuary
Connecticut homes are flying off the market, so this new house with architectural allure is quite a find. In Branford, Connecticut, AIA award-winning architect Peter Kurt Woerner just finished building the striking contemporary. First listed for $2.8 million, now it is asking $2.195 million.
Woerner calls it Osprey House & Studio, a nod to its siting on a high granite promontory with vistas over a wildlife sanctuary and salt marsh filled with geese, ducks, seagulls, and, of course, osprey. The 5,500-square-foot home also offers distant views to the Thimble Islands and Long Island Sound. One of the property’s standout features is its oversized windows, as well as the cantilevered deck off the living room.
There’s also a separate 746-square-foot studio/guest house that features a two-story great room with fireplace, a kitchenette, and sliding glass doors onto a deck.
Barbara Goetsch of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.