According to Dirt, the striking semicircular house at 900 Mission Canyon Road is owned by TV producer Jan DeWitt (“Bones”), who “worked with British architect Donald Hoppen, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright, to design and build the house in the early 1980s.” It’s an ode to wood: Besides the redwood exterior, “reclaimed and custom wood elements throughout the house include koa from Hawaii, madrone from Northern California, Honduran mahogany and, used for the floorboards on the second floor, reclaimed wood from the San Francisco pier.” According to Zillow, the property was listed for $4.5 million in October—then removed three days later. A glitch?
Bedrooms: Two in the main house; one in an outbuilding.
Bathrooms: Two in the main house.
Size/Acreage: 1,966 square feet / 1.15 acres.
Price: $1.685 million.
Listing agents: Hitchcock & Associates.
Contact Hitchcock & Associates for a showing. Be sure to tell them Siteline sent you.
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