This 1953 residence, designed and built by influential mid-century architect Philip Johnson, originated as "Concept #4" for his most celebrated "Glass House". It is a piece of architectural history, and architectural "essay", a structural piece of art. To live in this house is to experience flow, efficiency and daily active pleasure. It is marked by a seamless exchange through floor-to-ceiling windows of the interior with the exterior, period details, tasteful updates, and a soaring sense of expansiveness. Approvals are secured to expand or build a separate house on the site, recalling the multiple components of the Glass House compound. Become part of architectural history, and put your mark on it TODAY!