This $3.67 million Carl D. Gilmore-designed Ann Arbor home sits on 15 secluded acres
It might be hard to believe that this $3,670,000 home designed by prominent Ann Arbor architect Carl D. Gilmore was not built in 1965 nor 2049, but in fact was erected in the worst architectural decade: the 90s.
This recently listed Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired cross-shaped home boasts 4 beds, 4.5 baths, 5,155 sqft of finished living space and sits on more than 15 acres of lush greenery.
In the spirit of Wright, this home brings the outdoors in thanks to ample windows with nature views, high ceilings, and exposed stonework throughout. There are highly decorative wood details, too, including the home's many built-ins, catwalk railings, trip, cabinetry, and, as seen in the kitchen, a unique geographic canopy with overhead lighting.
There are elements of mid-mod homes from the 60s, as well, as seen by the clean lines and the sunken living room with built in conversation pit and side tables.