Mid-Century Modern Homes For Sale in the Lower Hudson Valley and Connecticut

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    122 woods ends road
    New Canaan, Connecticut
    List Price: $1,975,000. "The LATHAM HOUSE, listed on the New Canaan Historical Society Modern Homes...
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    478 Oenoke Ridge
    New Canaan, Connecticut
    List Price: $5,000,000. "The rarest offering: A 1957 John Black Lee Modern expanded and renovated...
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    10 Beech Hill Lane
    Pound Ridge, NY 10576, Pound Ridge
    List Price: $3,495,000 "WATERFRONT MODERN - Beautifully positioned over a clean, clear lake. Sophisticated Modern...
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    161 Hickory Kingdom Road
    Bedford, NY 10506, North Castle
    List Price: $4,499,000 "This striking modern work of art is in Bedford, NY but only...

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