Classic CONTEMPORARY with a cool, curvilinear stucco exterior and glass block windows. This 1981 Edwin Bouldin design, tucked into a glade of splendid hardwoods, recalls the elegance of 1930s Hollywood but is every bit a retreat for these times, a contempo home that offers 3,200 SF of open concept living space that invites the outdoors in with gorgeous hardwood floors, built-in cabinetry, floor-to-ceiling windows and curving glass walls, skylights and the aforementioned glass blocks. The property is designed — literally and figuratively — for highbrow entertaining, both indoor and out, and includes a massive three-car garage with glass doors and its own catering kitchen opening onto an Asian-inspired patio/courtyard area that stays remarkably cool beneath the trees, even on the hottest summer evenings. Over an elegant arched sky bridge lies the property’s beautiful surprise — a charming two-level Japanese tea house.
|Last Updated||1/6/2021||Tract||Sherwood Forest|
|Year Built||1981||Garage Spaces||3.0|
|Elementary School||Sherwood Forest|
|Jr. High School||Jefferson|
|High School||Mt. Tabor|
|CONSTRUCTION||Remarks, Stucco - Hard Coat|
|EXTERIOR||Patio, Paved Drive, Remarks, Security Lighting|
|GARAGE||Attached Garage, Detached Garage, Yes|
|HEAT||Forced Warm Air|
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