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Untouched post-and-beam with soaring atrium asks $790K

The original Deck House design was built in 1982

Back view of two-story home at night with walls of glass showing the double-height atrium great room flanked by a living room and dining room on the first floor, with bedrooms on the second.
The home is an original Deck House design.
Photos courtesy of William Pitt

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Location: Ridgefield, Connecticut

Price: $789,900

An original Deck House Company design has come on the market in Ridgefield, Connecticut, where this particular property served as the neighborhood’s model home when it was first built in 1982.

Founded in the late 1950s, Deck House created custom-designed prefabricated homes using natural materials like wood and stone. The homes were characterized by a post-and-beam construction, glass expanses that brought the outdoors in, and tongue-and-groove vaulted ceilings—all of which are featured here.

Three spacious bedrooms with vaulted ceilings, two baths, an incredible double-height great room with aforementioned glass walls, multiple living areas, and a large kitchen and dining area with cherry cabinets and granite counters unfurl across 3,167 square feet. Floors are brick, hardwood, or otherwise tiled.

As for the outdoors, there’s plenty to love: The 1.81-acre site includes a wooden deck and a manicured backyard that extends into the woods. Located at 124 Armand Road, it’s offered at just under $790,000.

Courtesy of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty