The clean angular lines of Mies van der Rohe have inspired architects around the world.

Today’s home is one of the most architecturally significant homes on Clear Lake.  Built in 1955, this Mies van der Rohe inspired Mid-Century Modern home is believed to be the last surviving coastal home designed by Edmund Furley.

Sitting on a half-acre, this gated estate offers 100 feet of waterfront, 200 plus foot pier with a boat house and roof top deck.

Walls of windows offer unmatched sunset views of Clear Lake. The interior features travertine flooring, elevator, steel doors, project out windows, Viking and GE Monogram appliances.

This architectural beauty is listed for $2.499 million with John Daughterty, Realtors and is showcased by Luxury Portfolio.