15 Young Road, also known as 'Torf House', was designed by architect pair Mary Otis Stevens & Thomas F. McNulty. Built in 1971, this house was one of four brutalist-style concrete homes done in the area by this pair. However, this is the only home to remain standing in its original design and construction. The home is sited on a stunning 1.5 acre lot in one of Weston's premier neighborhoods. Each room has been uniquely designed, creating interior spaces that are both striking and comfortable. Large walls of glass provide views of the outdoor landscape including the beautiful pool, curved walls, and a sculpture commissioned to echo the house's architecture, while blending in with the property. 15 Young Road was originally constructed for celebrated art collector Lois Torf, who was deemed 'the most important collector of modern prints in the country' and her husband, entrepreneur Michael Torf.