$2.3 million Fox Point home by Sotheby’s has winning architecture
An architectural award-winning home listed for $2.3 million is available for the first time in Fox Point.
Designed by the architecture firm La Dallman, the home, 1450 E. Goodrich Lane, has scenic views on a little over an acre. The home has 3,878 square feet with three bedrooms and two full bathrooms and two partial bathrooms, according to Mahler Sotheby’s International Realty.
The home features large glass-enclosed rooms with scenic views from the ravine below out to Lake Michigan. The home includes a living room with three-sided fireplace, an open-concept kitchen and dining room lit by the floor-to-ceiling windows.
The primary suite has a walk-in closet and adjacent office. There are two additional bedrooms and a full bath on the second floor.
The lower level has a half-bathroom and could be used for a home theater or fitness room.
The property was built in 2006 by owners Gerald and Ellin Levy and was designed by architects Grace La and James Dallman; it has never been sold before.
“Architecture of this type and caliber is rare in Wisconsin. It’s not only a house, but a work of art,” said Sotheby’s managing director, Paul Handle.
Over the years, the home has won a handful of architectural and design awards. They include: Gold Medal and Best of Competition from Milwaukee Home Magazine, Faculty Design Award from the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute 2020 Design Award from Residential Buildings and a Merit Award for Design Excellence from AIA, Wisconsin.
For more information, call Handle at 414-964-2000.
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