Now this is a property with real ‘wow’ factor. Not only that, this 1970s Philip Collins-designed modernist property in Hopewell, New Jersey, USA sits in a serious amount of land too.
Just as well really, as this house, designed and built in 1970 by the noted Bauhaus-influenced architect, is more than just a little ‘open’.
In fact the house actually does look open from a distance, although as you might have guessed, that is down to the expanse of glass rather than it being an unfinished project.
Indeed, this is both finished and well maintained. Yes, the decor and some of the fittings have been updated over the decades, but the general design with its stone and cedar supports, is pretty much unchanged. A house that still sits at one with nature.
In terms of space, there are six bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, as well as plenty of open reception space amongst the 3,752 sq. ft. There’s also a pool and wet bar outside, as well as a detached garage with room for five cars and what looks like a summer house too.
All of that in the middle of 42 acres of land. So don’t worry too much about being overlooked in your glass, stone and timber palace. $1,650,000 is the asking price, which we work out as being around £1,019,000.