Spectacular architectural country estate and voted one of the 10 Best Houses in America by Architectural Record magazine back in 1961, this curvaceous midcentury home by the architect Jules Gregory in Lambertville, New Jersey is a masterpiece! 'This unique property features a main house and guest house on 11 wooded acres. Designed and built by Gregory in 1960, the fabled home continues to attract attention, because its undulating, double-conoid roof that seems to hover in mid air, put a new spin on Mid-Century Modern design. Gregory built the house with all natural materials, using fieldstone from the property for fireplaces and walls and Pacific Northwest white fir and pine from Colorado for the framing and wood paneling throughout the interior. The property's main house features an undulating conoid roof. With four bedrooms and two baths the 1,664 sq. ft. residence includes spacious living areas, including a sunken living room with stone walls and a fireplace. The home has stayed true to its original design with a few updates that have brought the kitchen and baths into the 21st century. Most of the furnishings that used to be in the home were just as iconic as the house itself. All the lighting and furniture were designed and built by a pillar of mid-century modern design, George Nakashima, a friend of Gregory's who conveniently happened to live and work nearby in New Hope, PA.' Walls of windows bring the outside in making this property one of Hunterdon County's most stunning properties...The guest house (approximately 1200 sq feet) has an airy, loft-like feeling with small kitchenette and full spa-like bathroom. Property has been extensively renovated, including over 400,000 in improvements. Walk the grounds and enjoy all the joys most only dream of! House is being sold in 'as-is' condition. Seller to make no repairs! Square footage is approximate and does not include the guest house. Buyer SOLELY responsible for square footage accuracy.