Moreland Hills home is a testament to 1990s design: House of the Week

MORELAND HILLS, Ohio — The arches, glass block and minimalist exterior give it away immediately: 30 Easton Lane was built in the 1990s. The home is truly a product of its time, yet it’s unlike anything you’ve seen before.

On the outside, the massive 7,455 sq. ft. structure resembles two modernist barns joined together by a trio of silos. Inside, there are 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms.

“This home has the wow factor,” says Howard Hanna agent Adam Kaufman, who has the property listed for $1,175,000.

The home’s striking design extends into the interior. Walk through the front doors into the dramatic two-story entryway. From there, it’s few steps to the open-concept main living area, which includes an aptly-named great room, updated kitchen and glass-walled dining room. The entire space is ideal for entertaining, boasting high ceilings, hardwood floors, a fireplace, plenty of wall space to showcase your art collection

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