Contemporary architecture and the philosophy of form-following function are hallmarks of this house, a study in glass, wood, and stone. Situated on 19+ acres in the Yellow Creek Valley, this home was designed to frame views of the surrounding hillside and waterfall, with historic remnants from the previous estate including a mill wheel, stone horse bridge, dovecote, and bathhouse. The river runs the entire length of the property, accompanied by shale cliffs and natural pools that function as your own private park. From the moment you step through the black walnut front door, everything about the home emphasizes spaciousness, openness, and natural light, all enhanced by a minimalist perspective. French oak floors and stained cedar ceilings bring warmth to the open space. Designed for entertaining, an expansive chef's kitchen, massive great room, multi-level deck, and various fireplaces are the hallmarks of the first floor. Throughout the home, floor-to-ceiling windows frame the natural setting, incorporating the serene views into the overall aesthetic of the home. Upstairs, the owner's suite includes a fireplace and a balcony, plus an en-suite bath with an oversized steam shower and heated floors, and a dressing room with a coffee bar, island, and private terrace. In the guest wing, 3 bedroom suites share a bluestone balcony with views of the hillside and river. The walkout lower level includes a family room with a 10-ft fireplace, a wet bar, and a full bath.