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1970s Vermont Compound Drops Below $1 Million


The asking price for this Wilmington, Vermont compound was nearly $1.4 million when it was featured as Curbed's House of the Day almost a year ago. Now, with a new listing, the essentially-untouched '70s contemporary retreat about 15 minutes from the slopes has dropped its asking price to $975,000. And the updated listing comes with an interesting bit of new information: The architect of this angular, cedar-lined home is none other than Myron Goldfinger, who's now better known for curvy beach homes. All the hallmarks of '70s style are well represented here: hot tub in the bedroom, tall brick-lined hearth, raised platform bed and it looks like there's even one of those old intercom systems. So much of the furnishings and fixtures in this 1979 home look original that it's probably a better candidate for a restoration than a remodel. And that probably would please Mr. Goldfinger.

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