While Annapolis, Maryland is known for its traditional Colonials, this neo-Prairie house located on the Eastport Peninsula represents an architectural anomaly. The one-of-a-kind modern residence was designed in part by its owner, Albert Graf of AEG Associates, as an homage to his love of Frank Lloyd Wright and prairie architecture and an extension of the design principles he holds most dear.
The focal point of the master suite is a magnificent prow window. The suite is separated from the main living area by a pair of Shoji sliding doors that can be opened to incorporate the bedroom into the living space. All first floor rooms have radiant heat.
The second floor encompasses two guest bedrooms with a Jack-n-Jill bathroom including a custom Mondrian-inspired mosaic, and an open library with lounge and wet bar. The sustainably designed home has a low-carbon footprint with local sourced materials, energy efficient doors and windows, Energy Star® appliances and a heat reflecting metal roof.
The detached two-car garage has a second floor office and there is also a wrap-around deck utilizing Japanese teahouse design. The home was designed with ADA in mind, halls and doorways are wide enough for wheel chair access. Main spaces are all located on one level. This home is listed for $2.3 million.