The main house was built in 1959 and refreshed in 2012 by architect Padraic Cassidy; the property also includes a detached guesthouse. All together, there are four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. Every room in the main residence has sliding glass doors that open to the outside, the listing says, and there are also “ebonized oak floors,” a screening room, and a “Zen inspired” courtyard near the entryway.
The property also includes an enviable backyard with a saltwater pool, cabana area, outdoor kitchen, and space for sports (basketball hoop!). Hill bought the estate near the Briar Summit Open Space Preserve five years ago, paying $1.865 million. He’s listed it now for $2.995 million.