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Welcome to 1135 Smith Ridge Road in New Canaan on the Gold Coast of Connecticut. Built in 2000 by renowned architect Alex Kaali-Nagy, attention to detail was paramount. Alex believes each one of his designs should illustrate a wide range of distinct, signature features and endless distinguishing characteristics. It's always the little things that are so often overlooked, yet so essential for everyday living. 1135 Smith Ridge Road epitomizes this belief in all ways. From 2002 to present the home has undergone numerous upgrades that have made it not only move-in ready, but has made it so the future owner will not have to do a thing for years to come. Most recently 2021-2022 NEW; Primary bedroom suite, kitchen, mudroom, butlers pantry, two powder rooms, 3rd floor bathroom,

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