This modern home, beautifully integrated into a natural setting high above Lake Michigan, with sunset views of the Manitou and Fox Islands encourages an appreciation of healthy living.The iconic style is its geometric lines, glass and steel, an open plan, smooth walls and a colorful landscape that is part of your interior experience. Thanks to new materials and technology-- SIP construction, galvanized steel walls, beams, and epic windows of insulated glass, this home is as energy efficient as it is dramatic. The open plan features a wood burning fireplace with a steel surround, polished concrete floors and a glass breeze way that leads to the lake facing private master suite complete with a steam shower and built-in cabinetry that blends seamlessly into the wall. On the opposite side of the living area are two guest bedrooms that share a camp-style bathroom. Each bedroom has a private shower and a private loo but they share a double sink vanity. The island kitchen includes two Fisher & Paykel dishwashers, a beverage refrigerator, a Bosch gas cook top and oven. In addition to storage, the pantry includes a full size refrigerator. The windows and doors open for a pleasant cross breeze in the warmer months; and the radiant in floor heat warms the home when it’s cool. And then there is the view. The majestic blues of the big lake and sky; the calm green landscape of the surrounding woods, and the color of sunset each evening, every moment lived here is irreplaceable. Extra features include a Mies van der Rohe bookshelf/desk; a lake side patio with summer fire pit; east side patio with winter fire pit. There’s fenced vegetable garden and potting shed; irrigation and footpaths through a sea of ramps, morels, wild asparagus, blackberries and Native American directional trees. There’s ample space to build a garage and more. Evenfall is a stone’s throw to Peterson Park where there is stairway access to the shore. Home was featured in the NY Times.