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Richard Neutra’s Corwin House hits the market in Connecticut for the first time ever

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Modernist architect Richard Neutra designed just two private residencies in Connecticut – and now one of them is seeking a new owner for the first time ever.

The five-bedroom Henry and Betty L Corwin House was commissioned by in 1955 by the couple and sits above the Saugatuck River in Weston on a 4.3-acre riverfront plot. It’s been in the family ever since, who’ve maintained it in near original condition – save for updates to its kitchen and bathrooms.


Richard Neutra’s Corwin House hits the market in Connecticut for the first time ever

Richard Neutra’s Corwin House hits the market in Connecticut for the first time ever

Corwin House circa 1955. Courtest Compass

Corwin House circa 1955. Courtest Compass

Corwin House circa 1955. Courtest Compass

Corwin House circa 1955. Courtest Compass

Corwin House circa 1955. Courtest Compass

Corwin House circa 1955. Courtest Compass

The Connecticut property features Neutra’s signature floor-to-ceiling glass walls and painted brickwork, as well as bespoke midcentury St Charles cabinetry.

Corwin House is being offered for sale via Rick Distel of Compass for $3.2m for the first time ever – but there’s a caveat. The family matriarch, Betty, still resides in the house and is seeking a life estate with the sale.

Richard Neutra’s Corwin House hits the market in Connecticut for the first time ever
Photography: Michael Biondo
Richard Neutra’s Corwin House hits the market in Connecticut for the first time ever
Photography: Michael Biondo
Richard Neutra’s Corwin House hits the market in Connecticut for the first time ever
Photography: Michael Biondo

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