When midcentury starchitect Paul Rudolph completed this stone home in 1959, the owners politely asked that he not include the project in his portfolio or publicize it in any other fashion. That left the Fullham Residence—hidden on a densely treed, 30-acre lot in Buck's County, Pa.—practically forgotten until just a few years ago. The recent recipient of a down-to-the-studs renovation that installed modern airconditioning, systems, and appliances, the "hidden" Rudolph has returned to market with the hefty asking price of $2.795M. That price includes three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms spread over nearly 3,600 square feet on the aforementioned acreage. If it still seems expensive, consider that Rudolph's own home, a customized townhouse on NYC's Beekman Place, is currently asking $27.5M.
· 372 Brownsburg Rd [Zillow]
· Late Starchitect Paul Rudolph's Former Home Listed for $27.5M [Curbed National]
· All Paul Rudolph coverage [Curbed National]