Most likely you have seen this Marcel Breuer Masterpiece before. I recently came across the house again and remember how great it was. ” Hailed as the first piece of modern architecture in Litchfield, Connecticut, the 1950 Stillman House by Modernist great Marcel Breuer brought glass, colors, and clean lines to an historic New England town that was until then all about colonials.” The black and white color palette mixed with placements of primary color takes things into a more simple route. The Alexander Calder painting on the wall of the pool unfortunately fell to disrepair with the wall it was on. I can only imagine what the neighbors said when this house went up. It does sit on two acers so maybe they didn’t care to much.