A St. Pete midcentury house designed by ‘Inverted Pyramid’ architect William B. Harvard is now on the market – Imexplorer

By imexplorer November 20, 2023 No Comments 1 Min Read

A midcentury house designed by the identical architect behind St. Petersburg’s famed “Inverted Pyramid Pier” is now available on the market within the Driftwood neighborhood.

Situated at 230 Driftwood Rd. SE, the house was accomplished in 1949 for Florida Democrat legislator Charles J. Schuh, Jr. and his household, and was designed by celebrated native architect William B. Harvard Sr.

Based on the itemizing, the 2,691-square-foot waterfront house now comes with 4 bedrooms and 4 bogs, in addition to loads of high-end upgrades, authentic hardwood flooring all through, a saltwater pool, a sizzling tub, a 122-feet of water frontage on Huge Bayou, and extra.

As a founding companion of Harvard Jolly Clees Toppe Architects (now Harvard Jolly Inc.), Harvard left behind a powerful checklist of few iconic Tampa Bay buildings earlier than he handed away from most cancers in 1995.

Apart from the now demolished Inverted Pier, Harvard was additionally chargeable for the Hospitality Home at Busch Gardens, Derby Lane, the Federal Constructing in St. Petersburg, the Tides Resort at Redington Seaside, Pasadena Group Church, the St. Pete Seaside Municipal Constructing, and the award-winning Municipal Pavilion and Bandstand in Williams Park, amongst others.

Coincidentally, Harvard’s personal house over in Allendale Terrace can be on the market proper now.

However this specific Harvard home is at present asking $3.5 million, and the itemizing brokers are Elizabeth Funk and Natalie Moore of Moore Inventive Realty.

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