Discover at the intersection of Madison's Circle Beach and Guilford's Grass
Island, a rare coastal retreat. How many have longed for a place to immerse in nature away from home and
work, not a vacation place, but a place to think. These places are called "Third Spaces".
Many achievers have them, where is yours? It could be here in
Guilford, Connecticut. In 1971, a young, later to become iconic modernist architect in the New Haven
community, Vincent Amore, AIA, designed and built a coastal retreat for he and
his family immersed in salt air, marsh fragrances and sun soaked views of the
ever-changing, delightful southernmost Sound in New England.
Biophilia or "Love of Life" is architecturally expressed in this Amore designed and
built retreat. Known by area sailors it is akin to being aboard a moored fully
outfitted yacht. It is now time for this unique property to pass on and inspire
others. A one bedroom, one and a half bath home, it has expansive space as it
blurs the line of indoors and out. A truly biophilic architectural experience through
its exquisite design detail and its magical refuge and prospecting position in
coastal nature. This property now open for interior viewings by appointment only.
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