Someone has done an impressive job with this 1960s Richard Neutra-designed modernist property in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
It was built in 1960, but was actually commissioned in 1958 by the Hassrick family. On the face of it, little has changed from that original design. That is obviously down to a skilled renovation and some loving care in the intervening years.
Much to admire here, including those walls of glass, looking out onto the two acres of land that surround this place, the wooden panel ceilings, the open / flowing living spaces and especially the restored kitchen area with George Nakashima woodwork.
If you love the architecture of the mid-20th century, this is a place you will certainly fall in love with.
A good amount of living space too. 8,504 sq. ft. to play with, which includes four bedrooms, three bathrooms, an office / family room, a 900 sq. ft. vaulted solarium / artist studio and a large media room. The master is described as offering a ‘complete integration with nature’ with its corner glass windows.
As for the outside, you have those two acres, which have more recently been turned into ‘multiple outdoor living spaces’ including a flagstone patio, a terraced courtyard and a custom pool area, all privately enclosed by mature trees.
More images on the listing if you need them, as well as the means to contact the agent for this place. Before you do, make sure you have access to something around $2,195,000.
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