Carswell said in an earlier interview that there was almost daily interest in the home, but the buyer would have to be someone with house and land vision. Updating the 1920s interior and dealing with a small landslide that occurred on the property in 2011 will be among the first tasks the buyer needs to manage.
“When Katy was in the process of purchasing the home, upper hill topsoil slipped down from the neighbor’s lot above hers,” Carswell explained. It’s unclear how much renovations and repairs could cost, but the buyer likely saw other potential in the home — especially if they paid in cash.
With a gated driveway leading to 7 bedrooms and 9 baths, the nearly 3-acre estate makes a grand statement. Millwork and other notable architectural details add character to the home that neighbors Frank Lloyd Wright’s Storer House.
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