A Waterfront Sand Dollar House in Texas
I would never have guessed a sand dollar house would be in Texas. This architectural wonder for sale was designed by John Covert Watson, an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright.
The listing doesn’t call it a sand dollar house, but it sure looks like a sand dollar. The listing does say it is a “living sculpture-a view sanctuary for those seeking solitude, beauty, and totally unique home.”
Apparently, the sand dollar house was built for someone named “Eugenia Hunt to serve as her art studio” and that “the stories are legendary on the building process.” Whoa, this is one heck of a big art studio.
The lookout and the rest of the house at this angle have a Jetson house of the future look and the round window reminds me of the Flintstones house.
The Sand Dollar House is:
“Perched on a wooded bluff” and “architecture blends outdoors with the indoors and maximizes water and sunset views through the glass facade.”
Welcome to the future or the Bedrock past. This house is something out of this world, definitely not the norm. Let’s go inside this architectural wonder.
I like my creature comforts too much to want to sit on these modern chairs but they look fun.
Gorgeous tile color. I don’t know why but the curved shaped countertop makes me dizzy.
I love this aerial photo showing how much the house looks like a sand dollar.
Head to Estately to see more photos of the Sand Dollar house. If you want to live here, she has three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths. $1,075,000
Thanks to Candace Ramiraz for finding this unusual house.
The Sand Dollar house reminds me of the Seashell House in Mexico that you can stay in while on vacation. Take a look!