With limestone, beech, teak, and rosewood accents, this Spring Valley single-family home has returned to the market for the Modern-loving homebuyer.
It first listed in December 2014 for $4.99 million. It later experienced multiple price chops before later being sold in August 2016 for $3.85 million. Now, seven months later, it’s returned for the same price.
Constructed in the 1950s, this residence was once rather drab. In 2011, architect Robert Gurney totally renovated this 1954-built Spring Valley single-family home into a glassy, contemporary stunner. To visually expand the height of the ceilings, Gurney added floor-to-ceiling doors and windows. A screened porch pavilion and second story office were also added.
The renovations ended up being so remarkable that the American Institute of Architects awarded Gurney the 2014 Award of Merit in Interior Architecture once the project was complete.
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