Usonian Inspired House on the Chesapeake --- ???

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jay
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Usonian Inspired House on the Chesapeake --- ???

Post by jay »

During an unrelated image search, my attention was caught by the elegant hearth in this house. The additional photos further piqued my interest.... No information was given on the architect (except that he was the son of the unnamed home's builders). Does anybody know anything about it? Looks like wonderful craftsmanship:

http://www.easternshorevablog.com/wande ... ired-home/

The photos were enormous to insert on here.... How about that terrace!

SDR
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Post by SDR »

Too bad no further realtor listings can be found---without the street address. Perhaps the property isn't currently on the market ?

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jay
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Post by jay »

Found it.... The architect was Joseph Eubank Jr.... Nice design, wish the living room was pictured in full volume...

https://www.realtor.com/realestateandho ... 6025-39701

Roderick Grant
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Post by Roderick Grant »

Beautiful little house. Inverted clapboards?
Seems cheap for its site. I wonder if the area is prone to flooding?

jay
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Post by jay »

Your comment made me check out the "property history" tab, where I noticed there are more photos from an earlier listing.

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