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The log cabin on 400 Wire Mill Road looks like it could be set in the rural Midwest. The home is instead located in North Stamford, but the three-bedroom home is still connected to the Midwest in more than just appearance.
That’s because the property it’s on was previously owned by Gutzon Borglum, one of the sculptors of Mount Rushmore. Borglum owned most of the land surrounding what is now Wire Mill Road in the early 1900s. According to the National Parks Service, Borglum had a primary house and a studio in the area with his second wife, Mary Montgomery Borglum. Borglum was in the design stages of Mount Rushmore while working from his Stamford studio in the early 1930s, and just off Wire Mill Road is a street named after the sculptor and designer.