One of the things I love about contemporary architecture is the potential for surprise. You might see a house that’s totally blah from the front, only to find that the rear elevation is a dramatic wall of glass. Or who knows, you might even discover a pair of fully functional treehouses out back, hooked up with electric and plumbing. Crazy? Not in this case.
Built in 1967, this incredibly cool house in Glendale offers exactly that. It’s not much to look at from the street, but walk around the back and I promise your jaw will drop. Not only are there windows for miles, but you get your own little wooded paradise and two very large treehouses, including one with a fireplace.
If unique is what you’re after, this place sure fits the bill….
Listing courtesy of Ted Wight, Dielmann Sotheby’s, (314) 607-5555. More photos and info available here.
If you’d like a buyer’s agent to show this one-of-a-kind modern retreat, which has even more living space on the lower level, I’d be happy to help!