NEW CANAAN — “Beautiful buildings lift the spirits, please the senses and challenge the mind,” according to renowned architect Allan Greenberg. The stunning country manor house at 99 Huckleberry Hill Road does all three as well it should. It was designed by Greenberg, the first American to be awarded the Richard H. Driehaus Prize for Classical Architecture “in recognition for built work and scholarship that has enriched the American architectural and cultural landscape.”
In Huckleberry House, Greenberg not only designed a classically elegant home but also a timeless masterpiece. The extraordinary Palladian residence was built in 1982 and Greenberg was responsible for subsequent expansions in 1995 and 2006, which maintained the symmetry of the home and gave it 9,235 square feet of living space.