Inspired by the Dutch designs of the De Stijl (the style) movement this Fresno High modern pulls inspiration from the designs of Dutch architect Robert Van't Hoff and has a striking resemblance to Frank Lloyd Wright's 1907 Case Study home. Built as a prestigious Van Ness home in 1919 the property was constructed from fire-resistant concrete for James J Reese, a successful Fresno insurance broker. The home features tall ceilings with loads of natural light, hardwood floors and a contemporary layout with a downstairs master suite and two bedrooms that share a large bathroom upstairs. Today the property features mature landscaping with numerous fruit trees and is a private oasis in the city with a relaxing pool with a bubbling fountain. Legend has it the roof of the garage used be used as a sun deck. A truly unique opportunity to own a piece of Fresno history.
Listing courtesy of Assemi Real Estate, Inc.
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