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Our Dwell Home of the Day is a Modernist Glass-Encased Forest Abode


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20841 Oak Lane Drive was designed in 1964 by H.P. Davis "Deever" Rockwell—who once worked in the office of Mies van der Rohe—for his family. It's located in Olympia Fields, IL, outside Chicago. It's currently on the market for $619,000. To schedule a showing, and discover more homes in your area, head to Dwell Homes.

This striking residence was designed circa 1964 by H.P. Davis "Deever" Rockwell, an architect who studied at the...
The firm received an Award of Merit from the American Institute of Architects for this project.
The house's first floor is totally encased in glass and contains a central core/fireplace, a master bedroom (seen...
The home is 3,600 square feet and sits within almost 2.5 acres overlooking Butterfield Creek in Olympia Fields, IL....
A lower floor hides underneath and contains three bedrooms, two full baths, storage area, workshop, storage area, and a...
The designs features Eau Claire river gravel, exposed aggregate concrete, polished terrazzo, and ample glass walls.
20841 Oak Lane Drive is currently on the market for $619,000.

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