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A double-height ceiling creates a sense of volume in the great room of this lakefront house. Plate glass walls provide remarkable views of the water.

This 3,940 square foot, contemporary four bedroom lakeside retreat was designed with year-round living in mind, with vast expenses of insulated glass providing views of Stockbridge Bowl and the lush surrounding woodlands. 

Just two and a half hours drive from Boston, the structure’s crystalline facade is carefully hidden within the landscape, merging the architectural footprint with the Berkshire mountains. A private dock affords access to a summer’s worth of waterside activity. Tanglewood, the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, is minutes away, as is The Mount, novelist Edith Wharton’s fabled home.

Architectural plan of a lake house on the New York and Massachusetts border. The drawing includes the surrounding forest.
A soaring plate-glass facade, with prominent vertical and horizontal lines for a lake front home with views of the water and surrounding forest.
Clean-lined modernist furniture populates a seating area adjacent to a wood-paneled kitchen in this lake front house.
The approach and front door of a lake house on the New York and Massachusetts border. Lush landscaping invites the visitor in.