Mysterious Midcentury Modern House Seeks Eccentric Owner
I’ve got a secret. I’m rumored to be a “collectable” house designed by the one and only architect Robert Byrd. But I’m not letting on as to whether I really am or not. What I will tell you is that I was built around 1958, that I echo many of Byrd's revered design elements, and that I’m not a home for the traditional historic house shopper.
For those of you who appreciate octagon-shaped rooms, cross-hatched glass windows, and original peg and plank wood flooring adorned with exposed stone and brick throughout, I’m the home for you. I’ve also got an upgraded, state-of-the-art master bedroom and kitchen waiting for your personal touch.
Ready for the mysterious to meet the unusual? Look me up here.
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