Architect Aaron Green, long-time California associate to Frank Lloyd Wright, had a hand in designing a few noteworthy Bay Area structures—e.g., the Marin County Civic Center, which he helped complete after Wright’s death, and this 1976 house in Philo, which he designed for his wife Jean Haber Green.
One of his residential designs hits the market this week, this 1966 specimen, built by Eichler Homes, that comes with its original integrity intact. That’s right—it hasn’t yet been remodeled. Quite a feat in today’s extreme-renovation era.
Featuring three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and approximately 1,500 square feet, 3512 Ross Road in Palo Alto comes with custom furniture and fixtures, gorgeous concrete block walls (inside and out), exposed beams, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Out of the highlights sure to wow architecture geeks is the angled roof, a triangular affair that slopes low at the front to create a carport and then tapers dramatically in the back above the yard. Stunning work.
Asking is $2,650,000 through Nancy Goldcamp of Coldwell.