819 Mariner

819 Mariner
Year Built
1979
Architect
John Watson
Description

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Affectionately known as the "mushroom house," 819 Mariner was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice John Covert Waston. Perched on a wooded bluff, the 2,240-square-foot home maximizes water and sunset views from each room through its glass facades. It was originally built to be a studio for artist Eugenia Hunt. It has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, a living room fireplace, multiple decks, and gorgeous details around every curve.

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