You know what they say about people who live in glass houses. They are the envy of everyone around. That certainly holds true in the case of The Glass House at Pasadena, Maryland, a luxury home that occupies 9,700 square feet of space and offers high-luxury contemporary living. The house is built on a private property that encompasses 3.51 acres. The Magothy River, Broad Creek and Sillery Bay bound the property on three sides.
The name comes from the house’s floor-to-ceiling glass walls. Yet, there is no question of inquisitive neighbors. The Glass House offers tremendous privacy amid sleek architecture.
Residents and guests enter through the foyer on the first floor, and head to various levels of living spaces. Apart from a majestic view of the riverfront (which can be accessed exclusively by The Glass House’s residents), the luxury home displays some marvelous detailing. The paneling of bird’s eye maple is particularly chic.
If you are here for the view – and there is no avoiding it – head to the observatory that offers a 225-degree view of the surrounding waters. The open living plan offers a sense of being outdoors. The Glass House is home to a gourmet kitchen that opens on to a workspace and breakfast bar. There are several conversation spaces. The main one has a built-in entertainment system as well.
With three bedroom suites on the main level, plus an additional bedroom and four full bathrooms, The Glass House is a wonderful buy for those who love to live in luxury. In addition to all this, this glass house in Pasadena has a top-of-the-line energy management system to monitor the energy output with the least inconvenience.