Just a short drive away from downtown Atlanta, this spectacular single family home enjoys the best of the suburbs and big city living. Inside, guests will find an open floor plan and chef's kitchen, as well as a second level with newly renovated living spaces.
Tucked away in a secluded enclave, this handsome single-family home enjoys a sense of peace and privacy while still being close to downtown Houston. In addition to a spacious two-car garage, the property boasts two stories with pella windows that offer an unobstructed view of nature.
This contemporary single-family home has dimension and personality, due to the multifaceted exterior. Peaked rooftops, varied window shapes and multiple materials add to the pleasing look of the house.
Built in 1938, this single-family ranch house is located in The Oaks, a historic neighborhood in Los Angeles. A picket fence separates the home from the street, thus giving the residents a degree of privacy, while a blue-and-white color scheme keeps the exterior bright and cheerful.
West Wind, the awe-inspiring residence by architect Toshiko Mori, former architecture department chair at Harvard, is situated on north Casey Key, an eight-mile island with fewer than 400 single family homes, just south of Sarasota, Fla.
Joseph Eichler was a California real estate developer who created a prototype with architects for residential homes in the early fifties that incorporated modernist architecture with a “bring the outside inside” concept. The Eichler home favored wall-to-ceiling windows with glass transoms in all the major rooms with direct access to private garden patios and courtyards. This remodeled single-family home by Klopf Architecture takes an original Eichler home and updates it with a truly “open” design.
This vintage 2-unit building was transformed into a contemporary single-family home. Instead of walls, walnut and light oak cabinetry of varying heights delineates the kitchen and dining area, the den and living area.