Don’t “jump to Conclusions” about the celebrated author—he’s also a talented architect, and he designed this home.
Did you know that the author of The Phantom Tollbooth is also an architect? Although he’s best known for writing the beloved children’s novel in 1961, Norton Juster also co-founded a small architecture firm and served as a professor of architecture and environmental design at Hampshire College throughout his career.
In 1975, he designed this bright and airy home in the Berkshires of Massachusetts. Set on a private, wooded lot, the light-filled home features an open floor plan with mountain views from every room. The home has a vaulted, open-plan living area with floor-to-ceiling windows; a cozy reading nook with a brick fireplace; a lofted master suite with its own fireplace; and there’s even a sauna.
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