$1.349M buys you home designed by Mount Rushmore sculptor

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OK, so Mount Rushmore sculptor Gutzon Borglum actually designed and built this Stamford, Conn., home in the 1920s to be a carriage house and stable.

But with four bedrooms, a massive stone fireplace, and a new kitchen with Wolf range and center island, who would argue that this 3,424-square-foot home is unsuited for human inhabitants who can afford the $1.349 million asking price? Source: stamford.patch.com.