Although not an official member of the Harvard Five, John Black Lee was a prominent architect in New Canaan during the rise of mid-century modern design. The iconic designer conceived multiple homes throughout the area including this Oenoke Ridge House. Built in 1957, the 5,612-square-foot dwelling sits on 2.8 wooded acres. Its exterior features a clean, minimalist look with rectangular forms and a white and glass facade. Along with an expansion, the interior received a respectful renovation by Architect Joel Sanders that gives living spaces contemporary updates for modern living while still maintaining its original character.
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