The New Canaan, Connecticut, property boasts an impressive architectural pedigree and a classic emphasis on indoor/outdoor living.

On the market for the first time since being built in 1956, this luminous midcentury home designed by Eliot Noyes of the Harvard Five is now listed through Houlihan Lawrence for $2,750,000.

Located in the modernist enclave of New Canaan, Connecticut, where the architects of the Harvard Five settled, this 3,692-square-foot home is set on 4.66 private acres. Boasting five bedrooms and five bathrooms, the bright home enjoys ample natural lighting thanks to expansive walls of glass. The abode comes with a swimming pool and a stunning guesthouse that is reminiscent of Philip Johnson’s Glass House. Scroll through for a peek at this architecturally significant property. 

The rectilinear, modernist home features expansive glazing and blurs the lines between the indoors and outdoors.

The rectilinear, modernist home features expansive glazing and blurs the lines between the indoors and outdoors.



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The living room features floor-to-ceiling windows and opens to an exterior patio.

The living room features floor-to-ceiling windows and opens to a patio. 

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Sunlight streams through skylights and glass walls allowing homeowners to take full advantage of the architecture.

Sunlight streams in through skylights and glass walls, allowing the homeowners to feel connected to the setting.

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