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Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
This modernist masterpiece located in Indianapolis was designed in 1951 by Evans Woollen III, one of the city’s most important architects. A jewel box of a home tucked away in the woods near Fall Creek, its show-stopping feature is the two-story glass wall that creates a stunning vista of the surrounding natural landscape.
Sitting on a 1.45-acre site with a total floor space of 3,512-square-feet, the four-bedroom boasts original details while having been updated in parts. Built in closets, a mezzanine overlooking the double-height great room with fireplace wall, and a period kitchen—generously proportioned, to boot—are just a few of its many charms. While it stands empty in the listing photos, what’s clear is that there’s enormous potential to make this a very special home.
Did we mention that the property, located at 6105 Shawnee Trail South Drive, is asking $400,000? Have a look below.