The PriceChopper swung over to New Seabury over the weekend to welcome this mini compound overlooking Frog Leap Pond back to the market. First listed in April 2014 for $1,300,000, the .94 acre waterfront property was sliced down to $1,150,000 before being delisted in late November. Designed by the late architect Don Hisaka and built in 1982, the contemporary spread features 5BR, 3.5BA in a main residence, guest house and garage. Judging from the red rosin paper in some of the listing photos, the 2,500 square foot home has been very recently renovated and now, for better or worse, has a very 2015 kitchen and master bath. In addition, there's a fabulously funky bridge connecting the main and guest houses, a wrap around deck and plenty of privacy. Asking price is now $750,000.
· Listing: 205 Uncle Percy's Road, New Seabury [Realtor.com]
· Don M. Hisaka rose from an interment camp to design a famous jail: news obituary [Cleveland.com]