With multiple entertaining spaces, a floating bridge, and distinctive architectural styling, this is truly a one-of-a-kind home in Orinda’s desirable Sleepy Hollow neighborhood. Designed by noted Bay Area architect, Beverley Thorne, this home captures his modernist designs and use of heavy steel framework. The home’s wood siding, large windows, and wrap-around balconies blend into the hillside to create an airy, yet private ambience among the towering redwoods and oak trees. Enter through the light-filled stairway atrium, which includes access to a wood-paneled office and full bath on the ground floor, a perfect work-from-home set up or multi-generational living space. Up the stairs reveals an open living room with access to the formal dining room, chef’s kitchen and family room – each with vaulted ceilings and paned French doors to the patios. The home’s signature feature is a glass-sided bridge way that leads to the bedroom wing featuring a spacious primary suite and four more secondary bedrooms.