Constructed in 1969 by famed architect Marcel Breuer, the most celebrated example of a Brutalist residential Breuer designed home in the US. It has a square floorpan underneath a curved concrete vault.
The first floor is an open plan double height living room/kitchen with recessed lounge area. Floor to ceiling glazed windows with a south facade, with concrete ribbed walls. Stone floors and cork ceiling throughout. There is a studio on the 2nd floor which looks over into the double height living room. Original kitchen and living area. 3 acres with southern facing water and marsh views. 4 bedrooms.
Original plans are in the archives of American Art in the Smithsonian.