Take a Tour of the Grand Blanc Home Made Without Right Angles
It would be like living in a piece of historical architectural art. Best part, it's right here in Michigan and it's on the market.
Built in 1956, this Frank Lloyd Wright inspired, mid-century Cantilever-constructed home is truly one of the most unique in Genesee County. In fact unique may not even begin to describe the home made without right angles. Yes.... not a single right angle.
The 4,131 square foot home sits on Lake Helene in Grand Blanc Township and is truly something to see. Retro is an understatement. With its retractable walls, detailed ornate tile, and tons of wood, the home stands out among your standard dwellings.
Space is definitely not a issue with the 4 bedrooms, all with solid wood built in dressers, 3 full baths, redactable wall to create a separate private living space, and even a "can't find this everywhere" Nutone Food Center built-into the counter with a retro meat grinding attachment. For real.
The incredible basement features a walk out with a in & out Rock Garden that makes the windows simply disappear and allows you feel one with the beauty outside all year round according to the listing on Zillow. Add in that it's located on a beautiful lake with two stone patios near the lakeshore, one with a perfect firepit, and it's pretty much perfection.
Ready to live in a home that makes Frank Lloyd Wright proud? You can take a personal tour and make your offer. The home is currently on the market with Coti Brown of Realtor for a Cause, powered by eXp Realty Michigan for $499,000.
Here's a little look at what the house has to offer.