Friday, January 21, 2022

No. Six Coniston Road

As I've said a few times, Google sometimes throws out surprises when I search. Although I've had no. 6 Coniston Road in the catalogue raisonne since the beginning, it all of a sudden popped up in my searches today. 

Coniston Road is not dissimilar to the Sherwood House in Cromwell Park, with the random rubble-stone construction, the long, low profile and the L-shaped layout. The houses were also built within two years of each other, in 1934 and 1936. 

 This is what the listing had to say about Coniston Road.

Classic Palmer Lamdin stone colonial on almost 3 acres.

Extensively remodeled open kitchen into a large family room with wonderful stone fireplace.
Beautiful living and dining rooms. Handsome den and cute office. An addition includes a generous size master bath with closets and secluded covered porches.
Lush and mature landscaping. Renovated pool and pool house.
Private and secluded cul de sac.

 This is a great house and was last sold in 2014. The listing is here

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