Near the base of the Sierras and California’s Sequoia National Park sits a striking organic home known as the Creek House. The wavelike dwelling was built by award-winning architect Arthur Dyson in 1986, and it just hit the market for the first time in three decades.
Speaking about the design, Dyson says: “I never became an architect to design what had already been [done], but to look for a better way. My goal wasn’t simply to do something different, but to do something better. Rather than trying to enclose the clients, we tried to embrace them.”
Measuring 1,845 square feet, the unique residence has a relatively subdued interior with three bedrooms and two and a half baths. Geometric shapes intersect with custom wood details throughout the home, and the double-height living room features a wall of glass overlooking the swoon-worthy natural setting.
“We had an idea that we would make something secluded,” says current homeowner Deborah Lapp. “You are completely involved in nature. It’s important that someone comes into this house and knows how to love it. I’m hoping to sell the house to someone who will treasure it in that way.” Keep scrolling to see more of the unique property, which is currently listed for $599,000.