Now this is unusual. It’s also a 1970s John Covert Watson-designed modernist property in Lakeway, Texas, USA.
This dated back to 1979, the work of John Covert Watson, who was an apprentice under Frank Lloyd Wright while The Guggenheim was being built. So some pedigree there.
The agent describes this as a ‘living sculpture’ and you can see why. This place has an amazing organic shape both outside and inside, as well as a stunning location. Perched on a ‘wooded bluff’, this house offers water and sunset views from every room, aided by an expanse of glass.
If you want to feel the breeze, pop outside and take in those views from a balcony or two as well.
As for space, that covers 2,240 sq. ft. and includes three bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as reception and kitchen space, all with the same curves you can see from the outside. Talking of the outside, there’s a good amount of space to hang out there too.
Well, there is if you buy it. That will cost you around $1,175,000. More images on the listing.
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