We were honored to represent the buyer in the sale of this special late-modernist home designed and built in 1970 by the late E. Crawley Cooper for his family. The singular home is sited on almost three acres of wooded grounds at the end of a cul de sac. The main living area is open to the three full floors, but there is no pronounced echo or reverberation due to acoustical-mitigating insulated panels. There are balconies and lofts, and most of the structural elements are exposed. In combination with the bucolic setting, the home provides a real vacation-like sense of serenity.
The buyer is an architect and architectural historian who plans on preserving as much of the house as possible while updating the systems and envelope to make the home highly energy efficient.
We were happy to work with the listing agent, Terry Perlmutter, of Barrett Sotheby’s. The three photos of the home with furnishings are hers, the rest were snapshots taken on our final walkthrough.
Agent Bill Janovitz and John Tse
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