Its distinctive three-dimensional east-facing profile makes this home a landmark for pilots, boaters and beachwalkers. The Milam House at 1033 Ponte Vedra Blvd. is the sensitive Modernist design of renowned architect Paul Rudolph, Dean of Yale University's School of Art and Architecture in the 1960s. It's no surprise that Architectural Record named it 1963 ''House of the Year.'' Rudolph designed intersecting conversational areas, each having its own personality. He placed his windows to capture the grand ocean views. Set on 200 feet fronting the ocean, rising over 28 feet above the sea, with secluded entry from Ponte Vedra Blvd., the main house (4/4/2) & guest house (1/1) open to a spacious pool courtyard. More details are in listing attachment. Note: some photos are historic.