This Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired waterfront home in Michigan has an artist loft, atrium, and waterfall
What's that saying about stones and glass houses? Well, you may want to toss your stones, gripes, and grievances into the crystal clear waters of Dunham Lake, which is exactly where this eclectic waterfront home is situated.
Located in Highland, this $1,299,000, 5,437 square foot home sits on a private 2.02-acre lot and boasts five bedrooms and 4.5 baths. The home, which was erected in 1967 and designed by nationally recognized architect Don Paul Young, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright, kicks major glass with its walls of windows, light-filled atrium, and its hardcore steel-reinforced structure.
This home is listed by Michelle “Mickie” Klump of KW Showcase Realty.