Looking for something a little different? You need to check out this 1970s Antoine Predock-designed modernist property in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.
This ‘Architectural Masterpiece’ actually dates back to 1975, sitting on a a stunning 2.3 acre site and thanks to that position, offering ‘sweeping panoramic views’ over the Rio Grande Valley to the west and the Sandia Mountains to the east.
Its almost brutalist exterior, which blends in well with the terrain, has pretty much remained unchanged for 40 years. After all, how would you possibly change it without taking away from the architecture itself? The same goes for the layout inside too.
You probably don’t realise just how much light and space is on offer here until you see the inside shots. In addition to that, the openness of certain aspects of this place means that you don’t have to leave the house to take in those stunning views.
What does look to have been updated is the overall finish of the interior. Yes, the layout looks unchanged, but those expecting some kind of 1970s throwback interior will be sorely disappointed.
Saying that, the layout is fairly plain and features such as the fireplace and the staircase certainly add in the ‘wow’ factor.
As for the space inside, that covers around 4,746 sq. ft. in total, plenty of open reception space, including a great room, dining room and a top-end kitchen with all the appliances you would hope for, on the ground floor. You also get four bedrooms inn total, including a master bedroom with doors to a private balcony, his and hers closets, a ‘luxurious bathroom’ and a ‘very private gunite pool’.
Outdoor spaces too, with a large patio to the west overlooking the city, an additional patio space looking east, a ‘dining patio’ off the kitchen and a deep sea blue pool with automatic cover.
$1,300,000 if this is your dream house.
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