Encased by floor-to-ceiling glass windows that seem to float between cantilevered slabs of concrete and Calacatta marble, this striking home designed by architect Joshua Nimmo is set on a wooded lot surrounded by groves of mature live oak trees and minimalist landscaping by Hocker Design Group.
Directly influenced by Mies van der Rohe's iconic Farnsworth House, the home is sleek blend of steel, glass, and right angles. Custom acoustic ceilings keep sound from bouncing around inside, deepening the property's natural quietude. Outside, the circular pool features concentric rings of black granite and a waterfall edge—soothing to not only swim in but gaze upon.
Baths: 2 full, 2 partial
Year Built: 2017
Square Footage: 6,325
Lot Size: 1.33 acres
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