Only once in a generation does a home like this become available for sale.
Designed and built for himself in 1962 by Glasgow School architect George Kerr, this house puts Saskatoon on the architectural map. It is part of a key art movement—the Mid Century Modern Style.
At the heart of this Miesian-inspired masterpiece is a three-storey Italian-hewn solid fieldstone wall. Boasting 3577 square feet, 4 bedrooms, a massive art studio, a suspended floating staircase, and an open concept living room with a 20-foot ceiling and floor-to-ceiling windows, this home would be virtually impossible to recreate.
Throughout, it is dripping in slate, terrazzo, mosaic tile, oak parquet, walnut paneling, and teak cabinetry. Original design and finishes have been lovingly maintained by one owner for almost 30 years.
The house contains original artworks (sold separately): an exceptional signed ceramic wall mural by Jordi Bonet plus outdoor sculptures by Otto Rogers and Bill Epp.
Beyond its style, it functions as an outstanding family home. With 75ft of frontage, you will enjoy views of the trees and open spaces of Grosvenor Park that you won’t find anywhere else. What’s more, you’re only a short walk from the University of Saskatchewan.
This is truly a rare and stunning living opportunity. Come and be inspired by 205 Copland Crescent.More details
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