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Barn-Inspired Steven Harris Design in CT Asks $2.9M

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If the listing for this South Kent, Conn. four-bedroom is to be believed, architect Steven Harris is known for a "design process that tailors each project to its site and context." So what contextual elements did he bring to bear on this one? Definitely a bit of a farmhouse vibe, as evidenced by the sloping roof, the shingle siding, and the large faux-silo tower. Built in 1989, the main house—which has a "23 foot high barrel-vaulted main living space," a "native fieldstone fireplace," and a master bedroom "like a hayloft with sliding barn doors"—sits on 26 acres with "stunning protected southwest views of the Housatonic River Valley and Catskill Mountains beyond." There's a guest house, a pool, and a pool house out back, and yet more acreage available, but as it stands, it's asking $2,988,000.

· 88 Howland Rd [Trulia]