Inspired by the glass houses of Philip Johnson and Mies van der Rohe, this home features a 42-foot living/dining room, three bedrooms, and a library with natural stone floor. Every room in the home features at least one full wall of floor-to-ceiling glass -- the living room is glass on 3 sides.

Furnishings include Knoll, Herman Miller, B&B Italia, Kartell and other classic mid-century pieces, accented by a collection of modern art and tribal sculpture.

The secluded 2+ acre property features expansive lawns, mature trees and massive stone outcroppings.

Location available for rental for still photography or film/video.
Contact info@glasshouseny.com

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Looking our over the pool from the kitchen. Photo  of Glass House modern homeView Photos

Looking our over the pool from the kitchen.

Exterior at dusk. Photo 2 of Glass House modern homeView Photos

Exterior at dusk.

Living / dining area. Photo 3 of Glass House modern homeView Photos

Living / dining area.

Living / dining area. Photo 4 of Glass House modern homeView Photos

Living / dining area.

Den with natural stone floor. Photo 5 of Glass House modern homeView Photos

Den with natural stone floor.

Modern home with Exterior, House, Flat RoofLine, and Glass Siding Material. Architect: Augustus Mino + Robert Fitzpatrick, Location: Chappaqua, New York Photo 6 of Glass HouseView Photos

Architect: Augustus Mino + Robert Fitzpatrick, Location: Chappaqua, New York

Architect
  • Augustus Mino + Robert Fitzpatrick
Builder
  • From the Ground Up (renovations)
Photographer
  • David Diesing
Bedrooms
  • 3
  • Full Baths
  • 2
  • Structure
  • House (Single Residence)
  • Style
  • Midcentury
  • Year
  • 1967
  • Square Feet
  • 3000
  • Lot Size
  • 2.25 acres
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