136 Neck Road, Guilford, CT
Discover at the intersection of Madison's Circle Beach and Guilford's Grass Island, a rare coastal retreat. How many have longed for a place to immerse in nature away from home and work, not a vacation place, but a place to think. These places are called "Third Spaces". Many achievers have them, where is yours? It could be here in Guilford, Connecticut. In 1971, a young, later to become an iconic modernist architect in the New Haven community, Vincent Amore, AIA, designed and built a coastal retreat for he and his family immersed in salt air, marsh fragrances and sun-soaked views of the ever-changing, delightful southernmost Sound in New England.
Biophilia or "Love of Life" is architecturally expressed in this Amore-designed and built retreat. Known by area sailors it is akin to being aboard a moored fully outfitted yacht. It is now time for this unique property to pass on and inspire others. A one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath home, it has expansive space as it blurs the line of indoors and out. A truly biophilic architectural experience through its exquisite design detail and its magical refuge and prospecting position in coastal nature. This property now opens for interior viewings by appointment only.
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