This house by architect Graham Greene is set on a dramatic site in north Dallas. The entrances are marked by vine-covered arbors and stone pathways. A glass foyer bridges a stream which flows through the house, to the adjoining creek. The main stairwell forms a central axis connecting four levels, from a subterranean wine cellar to a rooftop terrace, with views of Glen Abbey’s forest. The house features an infinity pool and outdoor terraces. Greene began his career in Chicago in 1980 with Lohan Associates, formerly the office of Mies van der Rohe, before setting up his own firm, and then merging with Oglesby Group to form Oglesby Greene Architects. The house is currently on the market for $8,975,000 with Significant Homes.
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