The first postmodern house in the country just got a price reduction.
Designed by architect Robert Venturi for his mother in 1964, the Vanna Venturi house in the Chestnut Hill area of Philadelphia is known for it’s pitched roof, random curves, and a staircase that leads to nowhere.
The house was designed as a departure from modernism, which was so popular at the time, and is hailed as the first postmodern house in the country.
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The 3 bedroom, 2 bath home originally hit the market at $1,750,000 in July 2015. Since then the house has been looked at many times, but has yet to draw a buyer, even though it was named one of the 10 homes that changed America and is considered iconic in its own right.
So if you feel like owning a piece of history, the Vanna Venturi house is available and primed for the buying, now listed at $1,500,000.via ]