103 Hog Hill Road
THE MINO RESIDENCE, 1967 // ARCHITECT ROBERT FITZPATRICK
GLITTERING SHELTER. Original owners, The Minos, Art Director and Interior Designer called it “their Philip Johnson home” in The New York Times, 1969. In 1971, House Beautiful described the home’s open interior spaces “flowing and so well planned, that there is privacy without doors”. Meander up your drive and the envelope opens to a glass retreat, beautifully positioned on 2.2 private acres. The design, presenting a series of gridded elevations, perfectly mirrors and frames the surrounding landscape. Every wall of glass showcases nature as art, seamlessly blending the natural beauty of the property into the interior living spaces. Many commercial shoots and publications have enjoyed the use of the home’s minimalist aesthetic as a location, as its International Style Modern architecture continues to be respected and recognized. The private pool site and a renovated 18th century barn/guest cottage makes this coveted compound a rare opportunity to live in peace, in harmony with nature.