1964 modernist home and two guest houses with panoramic southerly views, located in the Berkshire Hills, just over two hours from New York City and Boston. Designed by noted Bauhaus designer George Guisti along with architect Crane De Camp, they integrated a variety of natural materials that link the house to the pastures and woods that surround it, creating the low rectangular house high on a hillside overlooking the rolling hills of southern Massachusetts and northern Connecticut. The approach to the house on the north reveals sets of glass doors that allows one to see through the house to the panoramic views to the south.
The compound, known as Meadowtop, consists of the main two-bedroom house, a three-bedroom, two-bath guest cottage with a garage, a cabin bunkhouse, a freeform in-ground pool with the same remarkable views, and extensive gardens. There’s a hidden pasture, and an outdoor stone BBQ area for sunset gatherings. A rare offering of important mid-century architecture in magical setting, convenient to both Berkshire and Litchfield Counties, and the Hudson Valley.
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