Stillman II house by Marcel Breuer is currently on the market and looking stunning. The house was meticulously restored and upgraded with great care and sensitivity towards its origins. I like the use of the local sourced stone, especially the use of it on the inside of the house. The setting for this house compliments the structure perfectly. It is located in a serene, very private and natural 9.5-acre setting abutting an additional 37 acres protected by the land trust in the beautiful Litchfield County Hills (CT.) The white parts of the home look to be floating on top of the stone foundation. How would it be to come home to a piece of architectural history every day?