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6 beautiful glass homes

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Glass homes.

East Hampton, New York. Argentine architect Jorge Sosa built this four-bedroom home near Hands Creek in 2006. The house has a two-story glass curtain wall, a chef's kitchen, a downstairs junior suite, and an open loft with a fireplace, library, and master suite with private balcony.

The 0.75-acre property includes a heated pool, bluestone patio, and stainless-steel hot tub. $2,995,000. Martha P. Gundersen, Brown Harris Stevens, (631) 405-8436.

New Canaan, Connecticut. Lee House 1 was built in 1952 by architect John Black Lee and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The two-bedroom home features hardwood floors, a fireplace, abundant light, and cedar closets.

It sits atop a large rock on three lush acres with trees that create a rich canopy. $1,350,000. Christine Williams, William Pitt/Sotheby's International Realty, (203) 856-7559.

Sarasota, Florida. This four-bedroom home was built in 1960 by renowned architect Philip Hiss, and updated in 2013. Features include the original diamond-cut terrazzo floors, a gourmet kitchen with marble island, and a master suite with dual shower, soaking tub, and walk-in closets.

Outside are a pool and covered patio, drought-tolerant landscaping, and private access to Lido Beach and the Gulf of Mexico. $2,499,000. Barbara and Ryan Ackerman, Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate, (941) 780-6045.

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Paradise Valley, Arizona. The custom steel-and-glass windows of this 2018 four-bedroom house give expansive views of the northeast valley. Other features include concrete floors, rift-cut oak wood-work, a Crestron control system, an exercise room, and a master suite with a soaking tub and oversize shower.

The property has cactus gardens and a patio with a pool. $3,400,000. Greg Kilroy, Keller Williams Realty, (480) 235-4312 and Shawna Glazier, Bespoke Real Estate, (480) 221-9932.

Northfield, Illinois. This five-bedroom, award-winning smart home was built by architect Thomas Roszak as his private residence. Constructed out of commercial-grade glass and concrete and steel beams, the house features limestone and cherrywood floors, high-end bath fixtures, and an Italian designer kitchen.

The 1-acre property, north of Chicago, is landscaped with native grasses, perennials, and mature trees. $2,895,000. Joanne Hudson, Hudson Co./Luxury Portfolio International (847) 971-5024.

San Antonio, Texas. Located on the 27th floor of the Grand Hyatt Hotel, this one-bedroom condo has views of the Tower of the Americas. The unit has hardwood floors, electric blinds, and gourmet kitchen appliances, and is prewired for smart-home technology.

Building amenities include a rooftop pool, club room, fitness center, and 24-hour concierge services. $340,000. Nicholas Kjos, Kuper Sotheby's International Realty, (210) 294-4481.

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