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'70s Fallingwater-inspired home asks $3.5M

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It’s located in Greenwich, Connecticut

Wide shot of multi-level home with off-white terraces and stone walls overlooking a pool set among verdant landscaping.
Like Fallingwater, this home by Dimitri Bulazel features cantilevering terraces meant to take advantage of its beautiful surroundings.
Photos via Greenwich Realtors

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Location: Greenwich, Connecticut

Price: $3,500,000

In Greenwich, we have what the listing information describes as “reminiscent” of Fallingwater. More a blatant copy of Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic 1935 home than anything, this Greenwich, Connecticut, home by architect Dimitri Bulazel still has a lot going for it.

Measuring 4,675 square feet, the tiered four-bedroom-five-bath features multiple cantilevering terraces, hand-cut Tennessee limestone walls, an open floor plan, wood paneling, and extensive glazing that frames verdant views of the beautifully landscaped, nearly two-acre site.

It was built in 1973 and restored and updated in recent years, although an even more modernizing refresh could take the residence to the next level. Amenities like the guest house, saltwater pool, pool house, and all the outdoor entertaining space you could ever want are enough to forgive this poor man’s take on what is often considered one of the most beautiful works of architecture in the country.

As they say, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Located at 51 Pecksland Road, the home is offered at $3.5 million.

Via: Estately, Greenwich Realtors