Built in 1997, the Main House at Slipper Run was designed by Richfield-based architect Thomas Montalto responding to the desire of the owners to create a minimalist art gallery as a home for themselves and their collection of contemporary art.
Approximately 3600 square feet of living space
Living room opening on to a deck and bridge leading to property pathways and the National Park.
Kitchen leading to outdoor sitting and dining area.
Dining room adjoining the central gallery and opening to a deck and gazebo overlooking the pond.
Library and media room.
Central gallery with soaring cathedral ceiling.
His and hers offices overlooking the central gallery
Master Suite including two full bathrooms.
Guest Suite including two bedrooms and a shared bathroom.
1,000 foot gated concrete driveway flanked by bosques of hawthorns and an alleé of 60 red maples.
Greenhouse lantern at the center of a grand concrete piazza for guest parking.
Covered porte cochère at the front entrance with heated granite drive surface and steps.
Dramatic exterior lighting along the drive and around the house.
Whole-house generator powered by buried propane supply.
Geo-thermal forced air heating and cooling.
Fire and burglary alarm system.
Full basement and below-grade heated garage for two cars.