Philip Johnson House Goes On The New Canaan Market For $1.575 Million

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Renowned architect Philip Johnson designed this home in New Canaan that is now for sale for $1.575 million.
Renowned architect Philip Johnson designed this home in New Canaan that is now for sale for $1.575 million. Photo Credit: WilliamPitt.com
Each room boasts floor-to-ceiling glass doors and walls.
Each room boasts floor-to-ceiling glass doors and walls. Photo Credit: WilliamPitt.com
The kitchen has been updated in  the New Canaan home built in 1954.
The kitchen has been updated in the New Canaan home built in 1954. Photo Credit: WilliamPitt.com
A view from the outside of the floor-to-ceiling glass doors and walls.
A view from the outside of the floor-to-ceiling glass doors and walls. Photo Credit: WilliamPitt.com

NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- Looking for a mid-century modern classic home in a country setting? One designed by the renowned hometown architect Philip Johnson has hit the market in New Canaan with a price tag of $1.575 million. 

The home at 178 Sleepy Hollow Road was built in 1954. It is listed by Diane Jenkins of William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty in New Canaan. 

"The Wiley Speculative House is a gracefully spacious and light one story post and beam house which 'relates man and dwelling to nature," according to the home's listing.

It boasts floor-to-ceiling glass panel walls and doors from every room leading to the outdoors and offering views of the 2.4-acre property. The contemporary house has hardwood floors, updated kitchen, two fireplaces, three bedrooms and three updated bathrooms.

It has a two-car attached garage.

The estimated taxes are $12,328. The home went on the market last week. 

For more information on the house or to contact the listing agent, visit the website here.

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