After Wright’s death in 1959, William Wesley Peters and Taliesin Associated Architects expanded the house with a bedroom wing, central garden, covered walkway, greenhouse and caretaker’s quarters. Land- and water-scapes designed by Frank Okamura and Charles Middeleer. At nearly 7000 square feet, the house has seven bedrooms and eight baths.
The 15-acre property also includes a pool, tennis court and barn.
Located in New Canaan, Connecticut.
Listed for $8 million by Doug Milne at Houlihan Lawrence.
Bell and Fandetti townhouse in Harvard Square asking $899,000 It checks all the boxes of the quirky 1970s creations. Click to see full article.
From 1973 to 1981, architects Doug Bell and Gerald Fandetti designed about 20 clusters of townhouses in Cambridge for a grand total of approximately 170.
Unit 5 at 36 Irving Street off Harvard Square offered for $899,000 sold for $1,037,000.
The 1,302-square-foot 2-BR, 2-BA last traded in 2011 for $648,000.