Early New England Modernist architect, Henry Hoover, once proclaimed, “A house is always its site” and 125 Green Street, at the foothills of Blue Hill Reservation on the Milton line, is one of the region’s latest manifestations of this ideal. Nestled into a contoured lot designed by landscape architect James O'Day, the house unfolds into view as you roll into the driveway. The bold architectural design by architects Mark Hutker and Associates, consists a series of cubes, assembled like modules and there are a mix of clear glass windows and opaque fiberglass panels as a sort of Shoji-screen effect. In the evening, the windows emit a glow that surrounds the house and welcomes you up the walkway. Natural light an utmost priority in the design and there is a seamless relationship between indoors and out. Warm cherry floors carry throughout the house. An open floor plan offers flexibility, including more potential bedrooms. Perfect for working at home, with a huge studio and office wing.