Amazing Glass Airbnb Minutes from Tri-Cities feels like another W

This beautiful greenhouse Airbnb is minutes from the Tri-Cities and yet you’ll feel like you’re in your own secluded world, and the reviews are 5 star.

Photo: Airbnb screenshot

Photo: Airbnb screenshot

The house, which is in Benton City, was designed by architect, Tom Kundig of Seattle whose style is above all a clear view and lots of glass. Almost all rooms have views of the vineyard, fruit farmland, Red Mountain, and Horse Heaven Hills — plus, they’re on 22 acres, so if it’s privacy you’re looking for, you’ll find it here. One reviewer, David, had this to say about his stay:

Incredible stay – hard to top a unique, aesthetically pristine Kundig home surrounded by orchards and vineyards. It’s a place you don’t want to leave and continually gawks and comments on all things beautiful. The open kitchen/main living area with 270 degree windows and sliding glass doors makes you feel like part of the landscape. We had young children and dogs with us, and they loved walking around the yard that surrounds most of the house. I wish we had twice as much time.

With the summer months ahead, the pool is open and heated to 85 degrees – perfect for floating around during the day with a glass of wine or an early morning and late evening swim with the birds and under the stars. Whether you are in a group or a couple, with 5 bedrooms there is space for everyone. Another reviewer, Krista, had this to say:

I booked the Glass House for a retreat with my small team. It was the most luxurious and best appointed venue we have ever visited. Located in an extremely private neighborhood yet close to the Tri-Cities and area wineries, the setting was sublime. Every space in this home is thoughtfully designed and the views are amazing. The large dining tables (inside and outside) and the open concept space filled with natural light worked so well for us. Having a fully stocked butler’s pantry was such a treat. We also liked that each bedroom had its own bathroom (with heated towel rails – no less!). The communication with the host was amazing and she made us feel welcome. We all hope to be back next year!

Imagine entertaining family and friends, all seated at the 12-foot-long farmhouse table. You’ll love the barn wood flooring and other amazing touches including the open layout with high ceilings. There are too many amenities to list – keep scrolling and take a tour of this absolutely stunning location Airbnb glass house in Benton City.

Visit the incredible Airbnb greenhouse in Benton City in the heart of Eastern Washington wine country

The home was designed by Seattle architect Tom Kundig whose style focuses on open views and lots of glass. Almost all rooms have views of the vineyards, fruit farms, Red Mountain, and Horse Heaven Hills — plus they offer 22 acres of privacy — so you’ll truly feel like you’re in another world.

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