SUMMARY Sophisticated and chic, this extraordinary new construction colonial by Altamura Homes brings New York City to Darien. High-end finishes, contemporary and unique light fixtures, custom millwork, soaring ceilings make this home a stand-out. A two-story entryway with floor to ceiling custom paneling welcomes you into this home designed specially for modern day living. The tray ceilinged formal living room and adjacent coffered ceilinged dining room are separated by custom-designed stained oak barn doors with rain glass panels. Perfectly proportioned for entertaining, these rooms are serviced by a perfectly situated wet bar with glass front cabinets and wine refrigerator, and the gourmet kitchen just beyond. The spacious and bright gourmet kitchen features Taj Mahal quartzite counters, an expansive center island with waterfall quartzite and a custom made floor to ceiling walk-pantry. From the family room doors provide access to the private stone patio with fire pit and fenced-in property. On the second floor you will find a spacious and sun-filled ensuite master with a tray ceiling and fairy-tale walk-in closet with marbletopped island, wardrobe space and a desk. The stunning masterbath includes a soaking tub, oversized shower and Calcutta marble countertops and shower tile. Upstairs sitting room, three additional bedrooms, all ensuite, all walk-in closets and with uniquely designed baths, and laundry complete the second floor. On the third floor there is a fully carpeted bonus room with ample storage. The home features Control 4 Automation Technology. Located within walking distance to shops, train and schools, this home is perfectly situated to allow you to get-away from or get to all that Darien has to offer. A show stopper. $2,295,000 HOME FEATURES 4,822 Sq. Ft. 4 Bed 4 Full Bath / 1 Half Bath LUXURY AMENITIES: Gourmet Kitchen Taj Mahal Quartzite Counters Fireplaces Wet Bar & Wine Refrigerator Control 4 Automation Technology Second Floor Laundry LUXURY HOME TOUR GUIDEBOOK | 27

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