707 Taylors

Take Summer to the Roof


The end of summer may be just around the corner, but do not fret!—There are still plenty of ways to savor the beloved brilliance of the season. At these fabulous homes complete with rooftop decks and dazzling views, residents are guaranteed to enjoy every remaining minute of summer fun under the sun.

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707 Taylors Lane—Mamaroneck, N.Y.

Soak up that sparkling sunshine all day long while shooting a game of pool on the rooftop deck of this contemporary Westchester County estate. Breathtaking is an understatement when describing the panoramic waterfront views that surround the spectacular Mamaroneck property on the Long Island Sound. Gather together friends and family, and head on up to the roof, where coastal breezes and endless outdoor amenities make summer relaxation last just that much longer.

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191 Ridgebury Road—Ridgefield, Conn.

Constructed by world-renowned architect Raphael Vinoly, most known for his design of Jazz at Lincoln Center, this modern masterpiece in Ridgefield, Conn., is anything but ordinary. The 16-acre property boasts gardens, indoor and outdoor pools, as well as breathtaking views from the rooftop observation deck, which can be found on the property’s private tower. This unusual property feature contains the master bedroom suite and penthouse office amid walls of glass and modern décor.


165 Davenport Farm Lane—Stamford, Conn.

A landmark in the city of Stamford, Conn., this historic residence once served as a working farm, and later hosted the famous Highland Scottish Games, a traditional Scottish celebration held every spring and summer to honor and appreciate the Celtic culture. With the home’s location set upon a picturesque, serene plot of land, it comes as no surprise that its second level offers a loft with access to a rooftop patio overlooking the surrounding views— the perfect way to embrace an endless summer right at home.

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102 A Sequassen Ave.—Old Saybrook, Conn.

Summertime always stays just a little bit longer at the beach—especially when living on an extraordinary waterfront compound in Old Saybrook’s seaside enclave of Fenwick. The beachfront residence rests adjacent to the iconic “Saybrook Breakwater” lighthouse. Featured on Connecticut’s special “Preserve the Sound” license plate, shared ownership of this lighthouse is included with the purchase of the 7,177 square-foot main house, which flawlessly incorporates its scenic location with an abundance of windows and of course, a rooftop deck. Strategically situated over the Great Room and overlooking the Long Island Sound, this appealing outdoor space offers 360º views that capture the summer warmth well into September.

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For more information on 707 Taylors Ave, please visit our website here, or contact Rye agent Louis Katsoris by phone at 914.319.3275, or by email at Louis.Katsoris@juliabfee.com. For more information on 191 Ridgebury Road, please click here, or contact Ridgefield agent Laura Freed by phone at 203.733.7053, or by email at Lfreed@williampitt.com. Further details on 165 Davenport Farm Lane can be found here. You can also contact agent June Rosenthal by phone at 203.536.7470, or by email at Jrosenthal@williampitt.com. Linda Sentementes can be reached by phone at 203.940.0275, or by email at Lsentementes@williampitt.com. For details on 102 A Sequassen Ave, please visit the property’s website here. You can also contact Essex agent team Jennifer and Jane Associates by phone at 860.227.6634, or by email at jenniferandjane@williampitt.com.

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