Unique “Round House” Makes TV Debut on NBC’s “Open House New York”

Posted by Robert Lockard — February 27, 2008

NEW CANAAN, Conn. – (Feb. 28, 2008) – The uniquely designed and aptly named “Round House” in Wilton, Conn. recently made its first TV appearance on the popular show “Open House New York” on NBC channel 4 in New York.Floating 12 feet above the ground, this glass-and-steel structure rotates 360 degrees, capturing the surrounding landscape from unlimited angles: 40 acres of conservation land and two ponds on nearly four lush acres. Renowned as a dynamic combination of art, architecture and technology, the “Round House” was designed by Richard T. Foster, a famous architect and collaborator of Philip Johnson.“It’s truly a masterpiece that defies tradition – the beautiful vistas blend into the home’s interior,” said Brett T. Ciarlo, the 10-year real-estate broker with Barbara Cleary’s Realty Guild Inc. who represents this property. “Foster’s vision was simply to live in a home and enjoy the panoramic views from every room – awake in the master bedroom to a sunrise, or enjoy cocktails in the living room overlooking a warm sunset.”Ciarlo walked viewers through this one-of-a-kind property during the TV segment. To view the three-minute program online, visit link.brightcove.com/services/link/bcpid987655381/bctid1342089813.Ciarlo is a veteran real-estate broker with a strong track record. He’s won numerous awards in his career so far, including the company’s Top Producer award in 2005 and 2006. He also has won the Platinum and Gold awards for sales achievement from the System 1 Network, an independent referral organization.Ciarlo is a top-performing agent in the Elite Agent Membership of Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate. Barbara Cleary’s Realty Guild Inc. is the exclusive affiliate of Christies Great Estates in New Canaan, Wilton, & Darien. They are also the exclusive member of the Luxury Real Estate Board of Regents in southwest Connecticut.The Board of Regents is a prestigious affiliation of luxury brokers and the governing body of the global Luxury Real Estate network. It is comprised of 88 brokerage firms representing more than 430 offices from around the world. Each Board of Regents member is selected because of his or her qualifications and commitment to the Luxury Real Estate brand.For photos and additional information on the “Round House,” visit www.luxuryrealestate.com/676023.About Barbara Cleary’s Realty Guild Inc.Barbara Cleary’s Realty Guild, Inc. is an established, independent real-estate firm whose owner, Barbara Cleary, and associates live in town and share with all residents a proprietary interest in the future of their charming village community. Barbara Cleary’s Realty Guild’s reputation for ethics and reliability is the foundation of their business. In addition to their expertise in creative marketing, they are committed to integrity and professional service with a personal touch. For more information, visit www.realty-guild.com.About the Luxury Real Estate Board of RegentsThe Board of Regents is an exclusive network of the world’s most elite luxury real estate brokers, comprised of the most legendary names in the industry selected by Luxury Real Estate CEO John Brian Losh. The Board of Regents is the governing body of Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate, the worldwide network of luxury real estate brokerage firms. Members of the Board of Regents are marketing experts, providing innovation and unparalleled service to their clients. For more information, visit www.luxuryrealestate.com or www.regents.com.

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