Everywhere West Michigan echoes with the voices of modern design giants. From Frank Lloyd Wright to the furniture design teams of mid-century Herman Miller, the influence of an American architectural revolution still dots the landscape of the Grand Rapids area that helped house it. This home, built in 1944 by one of Wright’s master builders, is one example; a time capsule of artistry and functionality, resting as if dropped in the woods beside the Thornapple River. Featuring all original wood and brickwork, 7510 Valhalla is a marvel instantly upon entering. From the radiant-heated finished concrete floors, to the 40-foot floor-to-ceiling window of the home’s main living area, every inch of the structure hums with beauty and efficiency. Truly a testament to the importance of both in our lives, this house stands not only as a monument to the architecture that transformed American living, but as a challenge still to the notions of what makes a house a home.
1 Bed | 1 Bath | 1,200 SqFt | $269,900
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