Mansion World introduced this week that the 1961 mid century mansion designed for jazz musician Dave Brubeck is now on the market. The house sits on a 7.5 acre web site in Wilton, Connecticut and goes for $2.75 million.
Brubeck Dwelling Historical past
Dave Brubeck was a jazz pianist and composer whose musical success allowed him to purchase the 7.5-acre web site in Wilton. He requested architect Beverley David Thorne to design the house. Based on USModernism, Thorne’s design on the spectacular Burbeck residence “catapulted him into largely undesirable fame.” It’s simple to see why the design led different wealthy shoppers to hunt him out. Thorne, nonetheless, needed to work for shoppers who needed easy, reasonably priced housing completed properly.
The Brubeck residence has remained within the household till now. That is the primary time within the residence’s historical past that it has been in the marketplace.
Brubeck Dwelling Highlights
The house’s in depth grounds embrace a pond, footbridges, ample foliage, and all this inside a 90-minute drive from New York Metropolis. The house sits solely aboveground, permitting simple out of doors entry all through its 6,250-square-foot design.
The house contains seven bedrooms, floor-to-ceiling home windows, and pure stone partitions.
Study extra concerning the residence on the market at Mansion World.
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