This stunning, award winning steel and glass structure was commissioned in 1982 for it's long-time owner by noted Chicago architect, David Hovey. Situated on a ridge and abutting the Isaac Walton Preserve, walls of windows provide commanding views of four seasons of nature. Approaching through an oasis like garden with ipe wood deck, a spacious entry gives way to open, light-filled living spaces with corrugated steel ceilings, and comprised of living and dining rooms, family room and kitchen. The gourmet kitchen is fitted with Verenna/Poliform cabinetry, granite surfaces, Miele oven/range, Bosch dishwasher, Sub-zero refrigerator, breakfast bar plus generous table space and access to a 480 sf Brazilian ipewood deck with swim- spa. A handsome powder room, butler pantry and laundry are all located on the main level wing. The lower wing is perched on steel columns creating an elegant tree-house vibe. The serene main bedroom suite includes a large walk-in closet/dressing room and private bath with terrazzo floored shower. A second bedroom has generous closets and access to the hall bath. This private retreat is located within easy access to highways, public transportation and Metra train to downtown Chicago and University of Chicago. The quaint village of Homewood is just up the street and host to the public library, farmers markets, restaurants, boutiques and street festivals.