This is something special, but you’ll need some serious money to buy this 1970s Peter Eisenman-designed House VI modernist property in West Cornwall, Connecticut, USA.
The house dates back to 1972 and was apparently (despite the name) the second structure built by the architect, taking around three years to construct and landing well over budget. It also needed extensively renovating due to early issues, but is just fine and dandy and right now and still looking ahead of its time (and ahead of our time) in 2013.
It sits on six acres of land, alongside the a civil war-era school house and a lean-to barn (both of which are included in the sale). They are in stark contrast to the headline act, which has two bedrooms, a bathroom and various reception rooms. There’s a pool outside too, should you need to cool off.
You might need to cool off too once you read the price. $1,400,000 is certainly a hight price for a two-bedroom property.
Via Curbed National