1930 Eero Saarinen-Designed Neo-Tudor in New Haven, Connecticut

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 1930 Eero Saarinen-Designed Neo-Tudor in New Haven, Connecticut

$1,450,000 | Built 1930 | 4,986 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 4.5 Baths | 0.32 Acres
10 Saint Ronan Ter, New Haven, CT 06511
Designed by the highly esteemed architect Eero Saarinen in 1930, this Tudor-inspired home is on the market for $1.45 million in New Haven, Connecticut. Listing details: 10 Saint Ronan Terrace is the very last home the inside of which was designed by the architect Eero Saarinen. This is particularly special because he designed it for himself and his family. Although he died before he could move in, his wife Aline, and his son Eames did move into the house and, reportedly, completed some of Saarinen’s unfinished details. Perched on a knoll on a quiet cul de sac with views of East Rock is this dramatic light-filled Neo-Tudor with high ceilings and clean modern lines and finishes. The generously sized entrance foyer is flanked by both the formal living room with a fireplace and dining room. As it is throughout the house, oversize windows let the natural light pour in.
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Off of the living room is a south-facing library with Saarinen shelving, fireplace and a French door to the private bluestone patio. The kitchen has an adjacent butler’s pantry, breakfast room and back hall entry with storage space. A grand staircase with a large west-facing leaded glass window provides light to the entrance foyer as well. Currently, the 3-room primary bedroom suite with fireplace and full bathroom includes abundant closet space, a sitting room, and a second library. There are two additional bedrooms on this floor. The third-floor features two bedrooms plus an extraordinary, pitched ceiling family/rec room with fireplace, full bath and Gothic-style doorways that were apparently inspired by a home that was owned by Saarinen’s father. This Eero Saarinen-designed home is on the market for $1.45 million with John Cuozzo of Press/Cuozzo Realtors.
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