The owner built this unique cube-like home rich with panels of glass as a juxtaposition to the saturation of Colonial-style homes in the Bethesda area. It's on the market for $4,950,000, reports the
Wall Street Journal.
The owner built this unique cube-like home rich with panels of glass as a juxtaposition to the saturation of Colonial-style homes in the Bethesda area. It's on the market for $4,950,000, reports the <a href="http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323884304578326813435090882--LESS.html?mod=house#%2F10" target="_blank">Wall Street Journal</a>.
The 10,000-square-foot home was originally designed by Robert Gurney and is notable for its many walls of glass.
The infinity pool takes advantage of breathtaking views.
A fire pit next to the infinity pool makes a great place to relax and enjoy the views.
All the glass makes the home an incredibly bright retreat.
A look at the dining room.
The open kitchen has a butler's pantry, breakfast bar, and huge island.
The kitchen also has a breakfast bar, eat-in kitchen, and is attached to the family room.
The stairs have a unique style that mesh with the design of the home.
There are four bedrooms and six baths, all with insulated windows, and nine-foot ceilings.
The second-floor balcony offers a peaceful view of the property.
The family room is enveloped in glass.
The hallways feature glass flooring.