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March 22, 2020

SOLD: One of 10 Most Beautiful Homes according to SARASOTA Magazine. SEE PHOTOS HERE

Welcome to one of Florida's very best examples of mid-century architecture, the iconic Leech Art Studio, designed for American Painters Dorothy and Hilton Leech, by Sarasota School of Architecture originals, Jack West & Elizabeth Boylston Waters (West & Waters, Architects) in 1960. Beautifully updated by contemporary Sarasota architect Tatiana White AIA. This private three-lot compound includes the Round House, heated pool, terraces and lovely gardens.

The house - studio has two levels, the ground floor with living areas, kitchen and dining, gallery & master bedroom, master bath and separate powder room. The second floor loft space overlooks the first floor and serves as a second bedroom with its own full bath and original skylight. 

New air conditioning and condenser (2018), roof is resurfaced every 5 years (2018), heated pool has new heat pump, custom cover to retain heat, and new control panel. All appliances are under warranty. Room dimensions are not exact as the house is round - but floor plans are gladly made available for your kind review. Seen by appointment, seller requests qualified buyers only please. This property is not in a flood zone and expensive flood insurance is not required for its purchase. 

CONTACT Martie Lieberman +1.941.724.1118

SEE PHOTOS HERE by Architect / Photographer Rich Montalbano

Of all the famous homes that made up the Sarasota School of Architecture, the Farley house is one of the most mysterious. Few people have been there and even the experts are a little confused as to exactly where it is, or even if it still exists. The main reason: It has never changed hands. It’s still owned by the Farley family, which built it back in 1953.

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