This striking mid-century home caught my eye in dwell+. It’s fascinating seeing this stunning renovation from the ground up and I had to share. It is currently listed for sale… and it is a reminder of the market shift, seeing that price reductions even take place for unique properties such as this one!
From the Agent: “Originally designed by Case Study Architect Thornton M. Abell in the International Style in 1951, for a couple and their two sons, the house was realized through two stages for economic reasons. Eventually, a main house with three bedrooms, a separate art studio, and a guesthouse above the garage were completed. The structures are strategically placed on an oversized, street-to-street lot maximizing light, embracing nature, and forming a private compound environment. The current owner, an architect, rebuilt the house from the ground up over a five-year period, extrapolating on the original footprint and plans by Thornton M. Abell, using 21st-century materials enhanced by top international standards of construction and all expected modern conveniences.”
The above info, plus 11 beautiful photos, are from dwell+, but be aware that they may require a subscription to fully view the article. Don’t want to subscribe? Take a look at the actual listing at realtor.com… as of 3/2/2023 it has had a $505k price reduction, now only $9,995,000. Let me know if you want to make it your warm-weather retreat!
Sharlene Hensrud, RE/MAX Results – email@example.com