Two bald eagles fly high above the rushing waters of the Niagara River, soaring through the sky with unbridled enthusiasm. Located at 15305 Niagara Parkway, the calming nature of the moment is unparalleled in its majestic beauty. There lies a stillness, a peacefulness illuminated by the home’s riverside dock. Completely redesigned and rebuilt in 2007, the Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home rests upon one acre of land that boasts perennial gardens, lush greenery and majestic vantage points of the Niagara River below. The meticulous design of this house is visually evident through each and every inch. Granite kitchen countertops, imported Turkish granite floor tiles for all four bathrooms, a dining room floor-to-ceiling Rumford fireplace, and a flagstone rock walkway leading down to the riverside dock are just a few of the features that indicate how well-designed this home truly is. The house was constructed and positioned in a way so as to take full advantage of the natural elements on display at the property, but also striving to retain a respect for the cultural and historical foundations of the land and its surrounding communities. The spectacular views, through a myriad of large picture windows dispersed throughout the home, truly add a sense of serenity. Sunlight radiates in through each and every window, cascading soft rays of sunshine that help to project soothing sensations of emotional bliss and warm intimacy. Located deep within the heart of wine country, and only minutes from Olde Towne Niagara-on-the-Lake, the house exhibits qualities normally reserved for more urban dwellings. Far from the congested, chaotic world of the big city, this riverside property is an exercise in tranquil escapism.