We haven’t featured anything like this before. So you can understand why we are excited about this 1970s William Morgan-designed modernist property in Atlantic Beach, Florida, USA.
Apparently voted one of the 100 best buildings by AIA Florida, this property dates from 1973, the work of architect and author William Morgan for himself and his family. It is now up for sale for the very first time.
The location is a ‘wow’ factor, but that’s a distant second behind the architecture itself. We are getting the words ‘triangle’ and ‘angular’ of course, with the 1970s looming large too.
Bold architecture, but a house designed very much for its location, with views aplenty from the different floors, via both the windows and the terraces.
The main level is access from the front entrance, leading into a ‘dramatic’ great room with high ceilings and plenty of natural light. Love that wood cladding too. That main level includes the living room, dining room, kitchen, fireplace, ‘art display’ and seating areas, with sliding glass doors that open to two separate porches overlooking the beach.
The upper loft area includes the master bedroom and bath, plus the laundry and an architect’s studio / office, with clerestory windows, vaulted ceilings, built in bed, bookshelves, desk and storage. The loft also overlooks the main floor.
The lowest level has two bedrooms, bathrooms and walk in closets, with one bedroom currently used as an artists’ studio with built-in desk and bookshelves. Both of the bedrooms have sliding glass doors and private porches overlooking the beach.
There are outdoor terraces at the back, extending to a deck with built-in seating ideal for a party.
Of course, the words don’t really do justice to this one. It really is all about the images. More of those on the listing, where you can also contact the agent if you have around $1,750,000 to spare.
Images and details courtesy of Estately. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.