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ANN ARBOR, MI – From its mid-century modern design to its high-end contemporary renovations and addition that doubled its size, a home in the Ann Arbor Hills neighborhood offers the best of all worlds, real estate agent Laura Fisher said.
Built by noted Michigan Stadium addition builder Henry deKoning in 1950 as a family home, 2225 Belmont Road has been updated and expanded as a dream home for a pair of former University of Michigan athletes and their family.
Listed at $4.3 million, the home at 2225 Belmont is MLive’s House of the Week.
“It’s true mid-century architecture where you’ve got a lot of windows, floor to ceiling,” said Fisher, the co-listing agent with Howard Hanna Real Estate Services. “You get the contemporary amenities of the home gym, the spa, the sauna and media room, which you don’t find with the traditional mid-century home.”
The five-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom home offers 7,310
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With its wide open spaces and restorative connection to nature, the Rocky Mountain West’s appeal is growing with city dwellers interested in staking their claim on the stunning landscape in what one Aspen realtor has called “the great urban exodus.” That influx of interest has turned national design attention to a style known as Mountain Modern – and to top practitioners JLF Architects. While the Bozeman, Montana-based firm resists being pigeon-holed, JLF is an acknowledged pioneer – with over 40 years of experience – of the art
What do you get when you take inspiration from a cuckoo clock, Japanese architecture, and the charming qualities of historic Edwardian-era homes? The latest residential project from the geniuses at Rara Architecture. Nicknamed Cuckoo House after its clocklike form, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Footscray, Australia, a neighborhood right outside of the Melbourne city center, is a prime example of taking a dated home and transforming it into something new and exciting, while still celebrating the fabric of the existing structure.
“Footscray has been slowly undergoing a lot of gentrification over the last two decades,” says architect Wesley Spencer. “And