10 June 2010
This little Modern needs help – fast!
Though not in our neck of the woods, this house caught my attention because it embodies the unpretentious, modestly-scaled, honest, integral-to-the-landscape look and spirit that is – at least to me – part of the true nature of Modern homes.
The personal home of early modern architect Ray Roush, in Anderson Township, OH, was originally on the market in 2007. It failed to sell, slipped through hands, and later went into foreclosure where it became victim to vandalism. It is such a dear little house, it's tragic that this bad luck has befallen it. But read here what the former listing agent has to say, and maybe the word will spread and the house can be saved. Y'never know! – GF
via Becky at Hatch: The Design Public blog