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Geometry-Obsessed A. Quincy Jones Design Asks $1.85M

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This angular abode, designed by famed modernist A. Quincy Jones—official fave architect of Friends alumnae—has just been listed for $1.85M. Though not the only Jones house on the market of late, this is one of just two Fort Worth homes built by the architect, who was most famous for his work around L.A. Measuring 8,400 square feet, the five-bedroom pad was commissioned by oilman Andrew Fuller in 1953 to boast one specific shape per room. The house has fell into disrepair in more recent years, even facing demolition threats before a pair of unknown buyers salvaged the pile with a full renovation 2012. Other than the three extra bedrooms added during that overhaul, the place has stayed pretty true to its very shapely history. Do have a look:

· 4167 Charron Ln, Fort Worth, TX [Realtor.com, via Realtor News]
· After Two-Year Reno, L.A.'s 'Best House' Looks For a Buyer [Curbed LA]
· All A. Quincy Jones posts [Curbed National]