Designed and built by H.P. Davis “Deever” Rockwell as the architect’s personal residence in 1964, this glass house is a real gem. Like the designer of THE most famous glass house, Philip Johnson, Rockwell was student of Mies van der Rohe too. The student put to work what he learned from the famed grandfather of modernism in creating this glass and concrete home. The “House on a Bluff,” as it was called, sits on two and a half acres and is a pretty roomy 3,600-square-fee with four bedrooms and three baths. The listing agent Joe Kunkel told Curbed;
“Many of the famous glass homes are now museums. But this is one of the few that someone can buy and actually live in.”
For $619,000, that’s gotta be a steal, right? Have a look at the next glass house post and you tell me.