Pyramid House For Sale in Connecticut

Polish off your math books, this contemporary home in Connecticut is a lesson in geometry.

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82 Morningside Dr S, Westport CT
For sale:  $3,575,000

“The whole house is lots of geometric shapes — the architect is famous for that — there’s cylinders, squares, pyramids and little detailed windows all throughout the house in different shapes,” said listing agent Danna Rogers of The Higgins Group.

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Architect James Biber was commissioned by the original owners to create a home ready for entertaining. Its dramatic architecture is a function of the owners’ occupations: movie set designers.

“They had this very flamboyant taste,” said Rogers. “They had this theatrical way about them and you sense that when you walk in.”

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The home is entirely connected and open, with soaring ceilings and numerous windows, creating a floor plan that is big and bright. Much of the unusually designed home is quite contemporary thanks to the current owners, who modernized and toned down the decor.

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“It’s still not your ‘traditional Colonial,’” said Rogers, “but everything about the home is very current.”

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The house sits on over two, lush acres, which include a tennis court and pool. Inside, the 5,589-square-foot home has 4 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, a media room and a generous master suite, which features a steam shower in addition to a traditional shower.

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This article was originally published by Erika Riggs on Zillow Blog . See more photos and the original article here

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