This Mid-Century home was designed by noted architect, Dennis Blair, an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright who worked on the Guggenheim Museum model during 1944-45. He is best known for his design of Adlai Stevenson High School in Libertyville. Mr. Blair designed dozens of homes around the North Shore and was recognized by Architectural Record magazine as an architect to watch in the 1950's. This home is known for its spectacular ravine setting on one of Lake Bluff's most private streets. The large expanses of glass open the home to the outdoors and reveal incredible views of the ever changing ravines that surround the back elevation of the home. Tall, beamed ceilings are designed with interesting angles that add to the allure of the house. Several wooden decks provide gorgeous space for outdoor living. The large central family room welcomes you as you enter and includes a wood-burning fireplace. The adjacent kitchen is open to the living space. A must see home!