Modern and unique, this house sits on the edge of a field overlooking a pastoral landscape. Bold, nearly flat-roofed dormers, large mullioned awning windows, galvanized iron railings and a lead-coated copper chimney adorn the exterior. On the first floor a screened gallery has an enormous movable wall consisting of lead-coated copper construction some forty feet long and a full story high with two large windows, imbedded in the doors. The entire wall is mounted on tracks and, in good weather, can slide away completely to reveal a linear screen porch adjacent to the main living spaces of the house. When this happens, it becomes a house without walls. The interior spaces take full advantage of the south facing orientation. Unusual details abound on the interior to create a contemporary cottage effect. The use of painted horizontal paneling throughout is warm and inviting.