Architect Carl D. Gilmore-Designed Ann Arbor Retreat Asks $3.67M

Architect Carl D. Gilmore-Designed Ann Arbor Retreat Asks $3.67M

$3,670,000 | Built 1994 | 5,155 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 4.5 Baths | 18.45 Acres
3900 N Dixboro Road, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, 48105

Designed by prominent Ann Arbor architect Carl D. Gilmore and built in 1994, this Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired residence recently hit the market for $3.67 million. Listing Details: This Artisan Craftsman design is complemented by 16 acres of peace-on-earth. Located just outside of Ann Arbor with AA schools, the home offers a life of living in a tranquil gallery of art. The surface textures are supported by naturally mined stone, solid cherry wood, tons of glass, cedar shingles & other elements. The exterior/interior stone is unaltered from its source, carefully placed by hand (sometimes by crane) to create a true Frank Lloyd Wright experience where the home becomes a part of the land. The spatial textures are a work of art allowing a consistent flow connecting int & ext spaces. The house flows with the land from the outside to the inside. The built-in, custom designed & manufactured furniture & lighting supports the unimaginable amount of patience, thought & skill involved in creating such a treasure. The property is on the market for $3.67 million with Keith P. Brandt of Brandt Real Estate. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.

 























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