Though the house is in need of some dire repairs—including leaks and a lack of heat and water—it stands proud with its original architecture built entirely of concrete and glass. It cantilevers over the Silvermine River.
Though the house is in need of some dire repairs—including leaks and a lack of heat and water—it stands proud with its original architecture built entirely of concrete and glass. It cantilevers over the Silvermine River.
Architect John Lee Black built this 1,980-square-foot residence in 1990 and lived in it for 25 years until he passed away in April 2016. Built into the side of the hill, it’s topped off with an A-frame entrance.
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