One look at the pictures of this property at 62 Moriarty Drive in Wilton and you know it’s a stunner. The online real estate website Curbed called this midcentury 4-bedroom, 4 bathroom home a “knockout.” It’s on the market for $1.78 million.

Here’s Curbed’s take:  “The most show-stopping feature of the 4,000-square-foot residence must be its dramatic walls of glass on both floors, which overlook a gunite pool and acres of manicured woodlands. Constructed of steel, glass, and granite from a local quarry, the four-bedroom house has more recently been restored and renovated with contemporary touches like granite counters and a marble bath. But it’s the original features that shine, namely the impressive living room and family room walls made of the same granite stones used on the exterior, meticulously joined with a nearly seamless look.”

It was originally designed and built in 1966 by its first occupant, Bob Graff, who designed several iconic mid-century sleek, modern buildings with famed architect Elliot Noyes. The listing realtors, John and Susan Engel, call it, “mid-century modern perfection restored and improved to energy efficient 21st century standards.”

The home backs up to 150 wooded acres just on the other side of the backyard pool. As you can see from the photos, it has an enthralling view of the 2 acres overlooking a beautiful pool to 150 acres of woods and streams. The 3,988 sq. ft. house sits on 2.3 acres.

Visit the listing webpage for more information.

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