Westport, CT, USA
Authentic Mid-Century home, designed by noted architect, Joseph Salerno, is nestled into the heart of Westport on 2.65 acres. Taking his cues from Frank Lloyd Wright, this organic home embraces its environment inside and out with mid-century details that make it perfectly comfortable for living and entertaining. The massive stone fireplace anchors the Great Room, while the vaulted ceiling with delicate trusses lifts the eye and the spirit . Walls of windows with a built-in banquet, and a cozy library add character to this an impressive central living space. A large 3 season room and generous stone terrace overlook the pool and tennis court. In-town location! Walk downtown for coffee or dinner, library... bike to Compo Beach and Longshore Park, minutes to the train. This sophistocated Mid-Century Modern home is a private retreat less than 50 miles to Manhattan. About the architect: Celebrated Mid-century architect, Joseph Salerno, born in 1915 in Chicago, graduated from Yale University School of Architecture and established his successful firm, Joseph S. Salerno Associates in Westport. His work included homes, places of worship, schools and hotels. He won the highest American Institute of Architect awards for his work on the Curacao Intercontinental Hotel and the soaring United Church of Rowayton; the Church, built in 1962, is among the most recognized examples of this work. 23 Dogwood Lane was Photographed by Frank Lloyd Wright's exclusive photographer, Pedro E. Guerrero. These photographs were presented in a 4 page spread in the 1954 addition of A Treasury of Contemporary Houses, selected by Editors of the Architectural Record. Ask to have a look!