A one-of-a-kind home for its neighborhood, this Maplewood modern was listed for sale at the end of April. Striking from the outside with its simple but prominent geometries, this single-family home showcases a strong horizontal linearity and an interesting use of raw materials.
The exterior façades are clad with wood and stone in varying shades, giving it a tasteful range of neutral colors. The entrance, standing at two-stories tall, pops out of what otherwise remains a very horizontal design. A wooden front door, framed in glass panels which are surrounded by heavy grey stone, welcomes guests into the home.
Built in 1953, this home boasts designer finishes, a flowing floorplan, and proximity to trains. Three bedrooms and three bathrooms, a unique feature of the home is the private rooftop deck, accessed only via the master suite.
While the exterior boasts modernity, the interior finishes leave somewhat of a disconnect. The interior flooring, wood in a dark brown and an off-white feel as though they belong in a more rustic-style home than the one they’ve found themselves in.
The home, located at 66 Highland Avenue, is asking $899,000.
Listing: 66 Highland Avenue [Zillow]