The Glass House is a landmark destination. Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright, world-famous architect Richard Clements, Jr. designed and owned this property along with the Timber Cove Inn. Located two hours north of San Francisco on the Sonoma Coast, this 3+-acre property was extensively remodeled and landscaped by its current owners. No expense was spared.
Perched upon Cemetery Point, so named by Ansel Adams who photographed the property, the house is built on a rocky promontory, which juts 300 feet into the Pacific Ocean. Enter through a private gate, meander down a beautiful path among heather and succulent gardens, pass a historic, private cemetery and cross an isthmus of land, with cliffs dropping dramatically down to the crashing surf below. Cemetery Creek, with impressive winter waterfalls, empties onto the private beach. Launch your kayak and dive for abalone right outside the house; cast your fishing line from the deck as you enjoy your hot tub.
The Glass House is a jewel. The one bedroom, one bath, stone and glass house was remodeled with the finest finishes, never intended for resale. The house has three decks, the ultimate custom stone hot tub within salt spray of ocean waves, with the best ocean views in the world. A huge fireplace is the focal point of the cozy lower living room, floor to ceiling Starphire glass affords amazing views of crashing waves, whales, seals, seabirds, and sunsets over the Pacific. You must "sea" it to believe it!
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