Tagged : 201 Spring Grove

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 I'm pleased to announce the sale of my Frank Lloyd Wright Inspired listing at 201 Spring Grove in San Rafael's West End Neighborhood.  Renee Adelmann, owner of Marin Modern Real Estate, represented the buyer. This beautiful Work of Art garnered 3 offers and closed escrow this week for $955,000.

Designed by an associate of Frank Lloyd Wright, this simple but elegant, mid-century, 3 bedroom, 2 bath home was constructed from Mahogany inside and out and situated on a beautiful 1/3 acre lot in a Zen-like setting.  The finished home is a tribute to the genius of Frank Lloyd Wright and to Harry Winters, the remarkable man who built it.  Harry was the founder and long-time president of the West End Neighborhood Association and worked tirelessly to preserve

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An Amazing Work of Art!  Frank Lloyd Wright Inspired home, designed by a student of Frank Lloyd Wright and built with the skill of a Swiss watchmaker. Beautifully constructed from Mahogany, inside and out, the grain is matched perfectly on doors and walls and the built-in handmade furniture is made from ribbon grain. Mitered corner windows bring in the natural light showcasing the exquisite outdoor setting and the rich red concrete floors add warmth and character to the Mahogany.

Built on a central geometry unique to Frank Lloyd Wright homes, the design is carried throughout the house on door knobs, light fixtures and the stained glass in the front door.  The home features 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, an office and attached covered parking that leads to a

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I want to share "the story" behind a very special property in the West End neighborhood of San Rafael.   Several years ago, I had the good fortune of  interviewing the builder and owner of this home on behalf of the West End Neighborhood Association newsletter.  I've been writing the newsletter for many years as both a West End neighborhood homeowner and member of the formal West End Neighborhood Association.   

Harry Winters first saw a lot on Spring Grove Avenue in December of 1956 and knew immediately it was the perfect place to build his family home.  There weren't any other interested buyers at the time so he managed to strike a good deal and, built a simple yet elegant house there.  Harry always had a fascination with architecture and although he

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