You can look from the entryway of this 1967 international style home in Illinois, all the way through the wall of glass in back, out onto the fairway of the Urbana Country Club’s 18-hole golf course. Area architect John Replinger designed this home (which was bought in ’09 for $252K) and beautifully rehabbed by an artist and an architect. The landscaping of the yard was inspired by the work of modernist landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx and there’s a vegetable garden to one side. It looks to have 5-6 bedrooms, which is HUGE, really. To me, it could use a reflecting pool in that glass-enclosed courtyard, with a little water feature you could hear throughout the house. It’s almost enough to consider a move to Urbana, Illinois. Hmmm, it's just two hours south of Chicago... the price? A very reasonable-sounding $296,000.