This sophisticated modern retreat was created by Richard Miller and David Henken, both prominent colleagues of Frank Lloyd Wright: they combined stonework techniques pioneered at Taliesin West with Usonian design and a soaring peaked roof, which Wright used in church architecture: in this spectacular setting, that roof-line is a paean to nature. Expansive windows, honed granite flooring with radiant heat, and polished wood finishes combine with rugged concrete and stone and a seamless flow of indoor/outdoor space to create a setting that is both dramatic and comfortable. Seller improvements include a new chef's kitchen, central AC, and custom details. Set on 17 acres with perennial gardens, woodland paths, stylish separate guest house, and a 3.5-car garage, convenient to the Berkshires and Hudson Valley. A truly exceptional example of mid-century modern.
William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty