Built on the idea of tall and imposing, today’s three level dream home designed by Greenwich-based architectural studio Joeb Moore + Partners captured our attention with the use of two very different materials in constructing the facade. The combined contemporary and green technologies used in the construction of this amazing part cedar, part zinc-cladded luxurious residence give the building a bold and charming facade. Located at 173 Park Street Residence in New Canaan, Connecticut, the impressive dual cladded residential building pampers its inhabitants with a 5,300 square feet interior living space.
Worth $3.95 million, the 173 Park Street Residence presents a flexible floor plan encouraging the owners to move freely around the different zones of the house. With four bedrooms, four bathrooms and two half-baths, the stunning home benefits from a multifunctional lower level and luxurious amenities like the spa master bath including a steam sauna and a whirlpool or the 750 square-foot roof terrace with hot tub, cookout center and fireplace. LEED Silver Certified, the fantastic home uses solar power to sustain itself, earning a place in the top list of self-sustainable modern homes.