Porthole windows, arched ceilings, cylindrical columns, and several daring architectural turns that defy language work together to make this Post Modern residence by Peter Waldman a thrilling place to visit. Carefully considered built-ins and abundant light throughout make it a functional and pleasant place to call home. Builders Lasley Brahaney and architect Max Hayden seamlessly expanded the internationally recognized design. Enlarging both the main and guest houses and adding a carport with party room above created an intimate compound on a peaceful clearing in the woods. Most of the 6.88 Griggstown acres with a Princeton address are kept natural for low-maintenance privacy. Inside, a gourmet cherry kitchen with long granite island and side-by-side Sub Zeros opens via gliding doors to a family room with built-in media center. The living and dining rooms are dramatically open to the center staircase. In addition to 4 bedrooms and a loft in the main house, the 1-bedroom guesthouse is fully equipped.