OPEN HOUSE 1-3 Sunday, 19th. The iconic “I” House has been a cover feature on Abode magazine and took the design/builder thousands of drawings and four years to build. Dwelling reflects two influences : His appreciation of half built commercial construction at the phase when the steel infrastructure is still visible; and the Case Study Houses designed by many of the 20th Century’s leading modern architects and built between 1945 and 1964. When asked what inspired the home, he replied “an oasis in the city”. And so it is, located in Meadowbrook Heights blocks from McIntire Park, Charlottesville High School and 2 miles from the Downtown Mall by the trail along side the John W Warner Parkway. One the most original contemporary homes in VA.
Cement siding,ES qual Windows,ES qualified doors,White Roof
Hydronic Radiant Flooring
Green Interior Features:
Dual-flush toilet(s),ES qual exhaust fan(s),ES qual light fixture(s),WS labeled bath faucets,WS labeled showerhead(s),WS labeled toilets
Solid Surface Counter
6 days on the market
From downtown, take Ridge-McIntire Rd north, under Rt 250 overpass and onto John W Warner Parkway. Left at stop light at Melbourne Rd. Pass Charlottesville High School on left. Right on Kenwood Ln, third street on your right. First home on the right.
Directions: From downtown, take Ridge-McIntire Rd north, under Rt 250 overpass and onto John W Warner Parkway. Left at stop light at Melbourne Rd. Pass Charlottesville High School on left. Right on Kenwood Ln, third street on your right. First home on the right.
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