WESTON — There may not be a red ribbon large enough to drape across the taupe-colored, custom-built colonial contemporary house at 66 Wells Hill Road, but some enterprising newlywed or newly minted fiance might want to consider searching for one. This 12-room house might make a better Valentine’s Day gift than a dozen red roses or a box of chocolates.
The 4,906-square-foot “gift” in Lower Weston was built in 1997 near the end of a very quiet cul-de-sac high above the town. Whoever the architect was deserves credit for the thoughtful design and placement of this house. It sits on a 2-acre level and sloping property fitting perfectly into its setting and encouraging its residents to engage in indoor-outdoor living.