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Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
This sprawling Midcentury home in Indianapolis is, according to the listing, of “impeccable provenance,” though it doesn’t say more than that, leaving us to piece together what we can. Built in 1960 by Marion Cordill and recently updated for contemporary living, the five-bedroom, nearly 10,000 square feet property is arranged into a unique V-shape, offering vast open-plan spaces and a flow that establishes a connection with the surrounding woods.
The main entrance and foyer, located at the central point of the house, features stained glass detailing and rich wood paneling that extends to a living area with a massive hearth and a wall of windows overlooking greenery. From there, one wing leads to a brightly lit dining room and modern kitchen, while one the other side, a vast and vaulted entertaining room with an extensive wet bar and views toward the woods is found.
Other amenities include built-in furniture, shelving, and storage, seven bathrooms, a finished basement with fireplace, hardwood floors, and an office. Located at 215 Williams Drive, it’s asking $1,380,000. Take a look around.