Cree House, c. 1955 by Albert Frey. Also known as 'The Forgotten Frey' for its long-term single-family ownership, this iconic example of Mid-Century Architecture was finally revealed to the public in its totally restored state to great acclaim during Modernism Week 2019. Painstaking efforts were taken to preserve all original building materials including exterior and interior wall panels, fluted fiberglass deck pieces, kitchen appliances and cabinets, and even the glass shower door! This home lives much larger than its dimensions suggest due to expansive walls of glass and enormous front deck and rear patio, all of which link the outdoors to the home. Built in harmony with the natural landscaping on its surrounding 8.28 acre hillside site, this jewel is truly a work of art and deserves its place among the finest Modernist structures of all time. Currently configured as a 1 bedroom, it can be turned into a 2 bedroom home.