5 Glass Houses That Could Change Your Point of View
No need to hang wallpaper or a landscape painting — walls of windows let nature do the decorating in these homes. To see why homeowners are ditching drywall for glass, check out these stunning modern gems currently on the market.
300 Eagle Pines Dr, Aspen, CO
For sale: $15.75 million
This luxury mountain home in Aspen ski country truly embraces its surroundings with a magnificent great room framed by 25-foot-high walls of windows. “It is a dramatic space that is ideal for an intimate family gathering or an event of several hundred,” the listing description says. A scenic mountain view can be seen on either side of a striking stone fireplace.
1236 Biscaya Dr, Surfside, FL
For sale: $6.75 million
This Florida home takes advantage of its prime oceanfront location with walls of windows and glass doors facing the water. The home also has a private glass-edge pool, indoor and outdoor bars, a water moat and dock.
East Hampton, NY
(undisclosed address), East Hampton, NY
For sale: $6.4 million
A minimalist design by the award-winning Bates Masi Architects, this 5-bedroom home overlooks a private bay stretching 125 feet. The home’s exterior was constructed in 2009 out of two rectangular structures integrating slate, wood and walls of glass.