Custom 1969 David Sellers-Designed Home Asks $629K in Hamden, Connecticut
$629,000 | Built 1969 | 2,912 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 2.5 Baths | 4.2 Acres
175 Chestnut Ln, Hamden, CT 06518
Truly unique in its design, this 1969 David Sellers-designed home is on the market for $629,000 in Hamden, Connecticut. Listing details: Custom designed in 1969 by a renowned Yale architect DAVID SELLERS for the current owners, this incredible house has been thoughtfully structured to take full advantage of its secluded location in the woods of the Sleeping Giant State Park, and to exist in harmony with the landscape while taking full advantage of natural light and and views of nature. Expansive sloping roof lines, clad in cedar shingles, seamlessly flow and blend with the surroundings. This multi-level house reveals itself gently as you enter. Designed for open feel & flow, each room has been defined to serve a specific function and provide privacy when needed – a rare combination in a Contemporary design.
The intimate entry foyer opens to a sunken family Room with a wood-burning fireplace & oversized windows providing indirect natural light. On the opposite side of the entry, the foyer is the formal living room with incredible volume and airiness, and a wall of glass leading to a balcony. The formal dining room has 2 large corner picture windows bringing the outdoor in. Amazing, one-of-a-kind (and now the only one in existence) kitchen was designed by another Yale architect, the late Tom Luckey, an inventor of Luckey Climbers. The use of natural materials like teak, make this kitchen stand out: teak counter blends into a carved sink; cabinets and drawers are designed with a playful sense – a true one-of-a-kind. The upstairs has 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, including a primary bedroom with an en-suite and balcony. SEE ADDITIONAL REMARKS FOR MORE INFO. This David Sellers-designed home is on the market for $629,000 with Wojtek Borowski of H. Pearce Real Estate. Photography by Jennifer Higham.
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