Located in a private compound in Sarasota along with two other lots, beautiful gardens, and even a heated pool, this modern home is as beautiful as it sounds.
Designed in 1960 by Jack West and Elizabeth Boylston Waters for artists Hilton and Dorothy Leech to serve as their residence and a teaching studio, the modern home is the 2,714-square-feet. It is also known as the Round House and has undergone updates by architect Tatiana White and is now on the market for $1,000,000!
The modern home‘s clerestory windows line the perimeter of the soaring light-filled home. The home decor, based in light colors, allows the light to go in and shine through the whole space. A beautiful staircase leading to the 2nd floor is also featured.
Floor-to-ceiling windows keep the interiors bright and whimsical.
Being round, the house is a perfectly open space, without many walls.
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On the second floor, there’s a sitting room with a separate niche for an office. A distinct cylindrical volume encloses a bathroom, stealing all the attention and echoing the design of the home.
The curved corridors are one of our favorite aspects of this house.
The heated swimming pool, on the second lot, is surrounded by lush tropical greenery, remembering the inhabitants that they haven’t left Florida.
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