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Nab a Gorgeous Mies-Inspired Pad in Scotland for $1.5M

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Location: Ladybank, Scotland
Price: £950,000 (~ $1,485,196)

Over in the Scottish town of Ladybank, the historic grey walls of a former fruit garden are now fused with two white masonry walls that lead to endless glass walls, all charming highlights of this lovely midcentury-style home designed by Glasgow-based architect Gareth Hoskins. Completed in 2002, the home was inspired the client's love for Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona Pavilion, a fact that readily manifests in all the floor-to-ceiling glazing and dramatic overhanging roof.

The bright $1.5M residence includes a open-plan living/dining/kitchen area (featuring counters long enough for all your kitchen appliances!), with expansive views of the magnificent gardens. There are also three bedrooms, plus a soaring oval-shaped space currently used as a music room.


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