NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- The transformed ranch-style home in New Canaan redesigned by interior designer Shelley Morris is on the market for $3.85 million.
The residence, which was once a 1950s-style ranch, now boasts 3,477 square feet of transformed space and up-to-date, custom features. During its renovation, all interiors were gutted and redesigned with a neutral palette, clean lines and tactile finishes including Venetian plaster and linen upholstery.
The exterior of the home offers nearly two acres of land with surrounding plantings and trees, which create a private setting. Additional outdoor features include a wisteria covered pergola covered terrace, pool area as well as tennis and bocce courts.
“This property is a unique and spectacular retreat just steps away from the ‘Glass House’ and other incredibly built, historic homes in the beautiful town of New Canaan,” agent Diane Jenkins said in a statement. “Having an expert designer’s touch truly adds something special to the quality and style of the residence, which was even recently used as a backdrop for a fashion photo shoot and has been featured in several magazine during its evolution.”
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