Beaches aren't likely to be the first thing that come to mind when you think of Connecticut. Beach houses, on the other hand, might. Or at least they will once you have a look inside this stunning waterside home that designer Olga Adler says she found in just one day.
Saugatuck Island, which is tucked between the mouth of the Saugatuck River and the Long Island Sound, was once dubbed an "immigrant haven and sailor's delight," by The New York Times, "something of an ethnic aberration in wealthy, cosmopolitan, suburban Westport."
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