Situated on a very private, three and one half acres in a park-like setting at the end of Four Mile Branch Road, this custom-built midcentury modern home interacts and harmonizes with its natural landscape. The home has 5 bedrooms and 3 full baths and one half bath in over 4800 sq. feet. While honoring midcentury modern aesthetics, the entire home was completely and beautifully remodeled in 2009. In particular the kitchen, the bathrooms, and all bedrooms, especially the master bedroom and en suite bath, were enhanced and upgraded. A wide-open floor plan allows effortless flow from the large, chef-inspired kitchen to the dining and living space, all under a cathedral ceiling and flooded with natural light. On the main level, the master bedroom and two additional bedrooms integrate seamlessly with two and a half baths and the kitchen/living/dining area to complete this floor. This level has extensive views out to the front and back gardens and access to a large patio with a fire pit. Down a flight of stairs, a separate family room, wet bar, and storage area complement the other two bedrooms and full bath to complete that floor. This level opens up onto a second patio and garden area in the front of the house. True to mid-century modern philosophy of homes, the interior space is an interplay of exposed brick, slate, ceramic tile and carpeted floors, darkly stained wood, crisp white walls, and light that unite to create a unique sense of space and levity. Throughout the more than 4800 square feet of the house, the breathtaking outdoor landscape and indoor space communicate through a pervasive rhythm of clear glass windows: small and large, picture windows, and sliding glass doors. At night the interior light spills out into the night, causing the house to glow. Similar to many Frank Lloyd Wright houses 1028 Four Mile Branch Road nestles into its setting, harmonizing with the low maintenance landscaping, captivating the imagination with the long horizontal lines, its distinct architectural features, and its abundant glass, and simultaneously providing incomparable privacy.