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Midcentury fixer-upper on 7 acres outside NYC asks $1.5M

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There’s so much potential here

Interior shot of brightly lit double-height foyer with wooden staircase leading up to the second level balcony. Wood panels the walls and the ceiling, and pebbles make up an atrium-like space in the middle.
Built in 1965 by E.H. Paul, the four-bedroom would be a beauty after a much-needed renovation.
Photos via Estately

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Location: Greenwich, Connecticut

Price: $1,542,000

Brace yourself for this midcentury modern treasure in Greenwich, Connecticut, because even though it’s currently empty and needs significant repairs, there’s a ton to appreciate.

Built in 1965 by architect E.H. Paul, the 2,258-square-foot four-bedroom boasts a dramatically sloping roof that creates dynamic spaces inside of the residence. Wood panels the ceilings and walls, with built-in shelving systems and large windows and glass doors found throughout.

The main attraction is the expansive “front-to-back” double-height atrium-like entry hall with soaring, beamed ceilings, wooden staircase, and balcony, illuminated by a floor-to-ceiling strip of glass. On this floor are the common areas, while the floor above comprises the spacious bedrooms and a library, which all feature vaulted ceilings.

Situated on approximately seven acres, the property also includes a two-car detached garage with a workshop and a second-story studio, which, if fixed up, could add even more value to the already special home. If owning a midcentury fixer-upper sounds like the dream to you, you’ll need to fork over $1,542,000 to make 30 Sumner Road yours.

Via: Estately