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The home was designed by the American architect Paul Rudolph. It was completed in 1957. It's one of the few moderately sized residences (3,500 sq. ft.) that Rudolph designed.
When the house first opened for public viewing in 1957, there was a long wait in kine to get in for a look.
When it originally went on the market, the asking price was the princely sum of $50,000. The house went unsold for some time because of the high price.
It's the house on the block that doesn't belong ... all of the other houses in the neighborhood are 3 or 4 bedroom red brick ranch houses.
Also by Jon Newell
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