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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.

January 8, 2017

SOLD: The Hudson House (1953) by Ralph Twitchell

This important Sarasota School of Architecture home is featured in the book, Sarasota Modern by Andrew Weaving (pp 110-123). The combination of beautiful polished terrazzo floors, sliding walls of glass, stacked Ocala block privacy walls and lush, tropical gardens create a thrilling sense of light, warmth and harmony with nature that changes throughout the day. There are two master bedrooms, en-suite, plus a small third bedroom 15.5'x7.5' accessible from the biggest master and is currently used as an artist's studio. The neighborhood is historic and charming, with hidden pocket parks and a nice, walkable scale. It was designed and built in the 1920s by John Nolen, the American Master Landscape Architect and City Planner. Downtown Venice is just a few blocks away and has lovely restaurants, live music and quaint shops. You can go fishing, boating, enjoy several area beaches or ride bikes on special trails nearby. This property is not in a flood zone and there is room for a pool. SOLD By Martie in 4 days! CONTACT: MARTIE LIEBERMAN, +1.941.724.1118


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