1964 Modernist home and two guest houses with long and panoramic southerly views, designed by noted Bauhaus designer George Giusti along with architect Crane De Camp. Integrating a variety of natural materials that link the house to the surrounding pastures and woods, the two created the low rectangular house high on a hillside overlooking the rolling hills of southern Massachusetts and northern Connecticut. The compound, known as Meadowtop, consists of the main two-bedroom house, a three bedroom, two-bath guest cottage, a cabin bunkhouse and an in-ground pool with the same remarkable views. There's a hidden pasture and an outdoor stone BBQ area for sunset gatherings. A rare offering of mid-century architecture in a magical setting, convenient to both Berkshire and Litchfield counties.