CURBED's Jenny Xie reports that a lesser known follow-up design to American modernist Philip Johnson's iconic Glass House has hit the market in New Canaan, Conn.

Located just a five-minute drive away from the 1949-built masterpiece, and completed in 1953 for Johnson’s friend, Alice Ball, the namesake home is often referred to as a “livable” version of the Glass House.

While still compact, low slung, and rectilinear with plenty of glass to go around, the Alice Ball House offers more privacy despite its proximity to the street. The 1,773-square-foot all-white residence features an airy open living and dining area surrounded by glass walls, but the kitchen and two bedrooms are more enclosed.

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