When renowned architect Henry Hill purchased land in Carmel-by-the-Sea for a vacation home, his business partners wanted in. So Hill subdivided the property and designed a trio of modern beach houses. Hill’s is now on the market for $1.6 million.
The coastal contemporary made waves when it was built in 1966, receiving a spread in House & Garden’s Building Guide. The article notes that the house was created for “simplified part-time living.” The vertical structure, surrounded by twisted oaks and Monterey pines is elevated above the street and surrounded by decks, which allow for both privacy and ocean views.
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