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Million-Dollar 3-Bedroom House With Folding Glass Wall

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The owner of this house had it gutted and renovated to suit his taste—only to be relocated. Potential buyers can now take advantage of all the careful decisions he made without having to make any of their own. (Talk about a relaxing renovation.) Perhaps the most unique feature of the home is the glass NanaWall, which, despite its name, is not a wall shared with a grandmother in an adjacent apartment. It's a full wall of folding glass doors that serve as floor-to-ceiling windows when closed and leave the house exposed to the elements when open. This NanaWall opens to a deck from the kitchen, so on breezy, warm days, the chef is cooking in a Caribbean beach hut. More or less.

Size: 3 beds, 3.5 baths, 3,500 square feet
Parking: 2-car garage
Green perk: multiple Solatubes throughout
Recent price chop: $45,000
Price: $1,080,000
· Listing: 708 S. American Street [Zillow]