A Rebuilt Rowayton Beauty Right on the Water Asks $3.4M
In Rowayton, a circa-1980, board-and-batten home has been so entirely rebuilt that it all but qualifies as new construction. It’s now fashioned with contemporary farmhouse style and it enjoys a dazzling housing site on a peninsula near where Farm Creek flows to Long Island Sound, with spectacular views over marshland and water.
One wall of the kitchen is comprised of windows and doors opening onto a wraparound deck with a gas fireplace, creating a divine indoor/outdoor flow. It also features a T-shaped island, with both work and dining spaces, and a soothing white-and-neutral palette, grounded by wide, white-oak floorboards.
Offering a total of 4,344-square-feet of indoor living space and five bedrooms, the home is a perfect size for many buyers. The $3.4 million property also offers a private dock and walking-distance access to the Pine Point Association’s private beaches. Gaylen Nash of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.