Listing agency Estately describes this house as a “living sculpture – a view sanctuary for those seeking solitude and beauty”. The house was designed in 1979 by John Covert Watson, an architect apprentice of the legendary Frank Lloyd Wright. It was originally built for Eugenia Hunt to serve as her art studio. Inspired by “sand dollars” and seashells the house enchants with completely organic forms and a magnificent view of Lake Travis. Natural curves, organic shapes, small hole-like windows in the ceiling providing natural light, balconies popping out like fan shells, amazing sunsets…

 

’70s ‘sand dollar’ house for sale in Texas celebrates organic architecture

Not everyone wants to live in a cookie-cutter house, and it’s just as well. For starters, we wouldn’t have architecture like this celebrated house for sale in Austin, Texas, which was designed by architect John Covert Watson, an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright while the Guggenheim was built.

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