"Once home to an architect-and currently home to an artist-this space in Millcreek is the sort that comes along all-too-infrequently. Unique, intentional, and a special spot, indeed...The mid-century home has been somewhat of a creative exercise over the years, and as such it's been transformed into a paradise that's equal parts thoughtful and tranquil. Impressive lines, windows, and glass doors abound here, and a double-sided gas fireplace ensures the kitchen and living areas stay connected. Translation: this interior feels open, airy, and entirely fluid. The aforementioned kitchen also boasts new cabinetry, countertops, and appliances, and those glass doors (which let in loads of light) also conveniently lead to the private courtyard. The bathrooms have also undergone major makeovers, and each is outfitted with stone or river rock. Downstairs, you'll find another finished living space (with its own fireplace) that's been wired and perfectly prepped to be the ideal home theater space/private dance studio/guest setup. A few less-conventional (but nonetheless fabulous) pluses, here: the 300-year-old door--found in India--which connects the living and dining rooms, the reclaimed wood throughout, the entryway's handmade mosaic, and a photography darkroom. Out back, you'll find a 200 sq. ft. workshop, designed by the previous owner, with all the necessary framing/wiring/water/sewer work completed. All it needs is a touch of drywall and a splash of paint to make it the perfect guest house. Also featured prominently in the outdoor space in the stone amphitheater with spiral staircase (reminiscent, we think, of Andy Goldsworthy's work). With capacity for 40 people and endless possibility, it might be the cherry on top of this fantastically unique property. In short, it's one captivating place to call home..."