Located in New Milford, Connecticut, about two hours northeast of Manhattan, this midcentury listing offers a whole lot of amenities for its $1,450,000 price tag. Built in 1969, the three-bedroom, four-bath residence was designed by New York architect and owner Donald Billinkoff, who was a project designer on high profile projects like the Joyce Theater in New York and renovations to the Los Angeles Central Library and Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
The house sits on over 10 acres, and the listing comes with both an outdoor pool and a renovated Airstream that is currently used as a pool or guest house. Inside, an industrial concrete and blackened steel fireplace anchors the living room, while walls of glass provide treehouse-like views. An open floorplan boasts a dining room with a table for 12, and vaulted wooden ceilings with exposed beams showcase midcentury style.
From the dining room, French doors open to a 600-square-foot screened porch that includes a lounge area, dining room, and a grill station. Other perks include an outdoor patio, office, and a recently added studio space with exposed beams and a polished concrete floor.
Love what you see? 10 Paradise Lane is on the market now for $1,450,000.