You don't see the word "uncomplicated" in real estate listings very often, but since that's how architect Annabelle Selldorf describes the design of this house, of course the brokerbabble followed suit. Completed in 2004, the house was once published in Architectural Digest. It has a cedar-clad exterior surrounded by gardens; inside, there are glass doors throughout (according to the architect, "strong proportions mean rooms feel complete even when there are fewer than four walls"—um, sure!), five bedrooms (including a first-floor master suite with a private garden), a basement with a wine cellar, and the obligatory heated gunite pool with a waterfall and cabana.
· Selldorf [Official site]
· Best of Clean Modern Design [Sotheby's]