John Hansen is a seasoned and local architect with unique style, vision and true talent. When he designed 22 Mountain View Drive how could he have known that Mid-Century Modern esthetic would come roaring back and would be one of the most enduring American architectural styles. Perhaps he did and perhaps he knew his distinctive design would never go out of style. We walked into this house and knew it was something special that was going to be hard to describe - you really need to experience it for yourself. Situated on an almost 2-acre lot, the house abuts the rolling greens of Rockland Golf Course (in fact, you have your own private golf cart path to the course) and overlooks the hills (lush green in the summer and vibrant golds and reds in the fall) that rise over Chickawaukie Lake. Located in an established neighborhood on the outskirts of Rockland, peace and quiet abound but the conveniences of Rockland, Thomaston and Camden are within minutes by car. Inside find vaulted ceilings with massive beams, floor to ceiling windows, design specific alcoves and built-ins and a flowing and light-filled floor plan. The current owners, who have taken exceptional care of the property, have considered the property to be their own private retreat and have added creature comforts over the years that make this house completely perfect in any season. A wrap around deck, wood walkway leading to a 6-person hot tub, sauna, fire pit on the tidy lawn, wood burning fireplace in the family room and a stunning gas fireplace in the living room, surrounded by a floor to ceiling brick fireplace. One floor living is possible with a first-floor bedroom and full bathroom and 2 guest rooms, a full bath and a loft on the second floor. In the finished, walkout basement is a large family room with sliding glass doors to the outside and a wood burning fireplace. This level could be nicely renovated into an in-law apartment or an in-home office. A two-car garage sits to the left of the house.