Terrific Twofer! Buy 2 Architectural Masterpieces for the Price of 1

By Lisa Johnson Mandell

It’s rare to find an architectural masterpiece available for an accessible price, and rarer still to find two masterpieces on the same lot for one low price.

But it’s a current reality at the hillside property known as the J.J. Mulvihill house, now on the market for $1.59 million.

The property includes a main residence designed by midcentury architect Harwell Hamilton Harris and a design studio built by award-winning regenerative architect John T. Lyle.

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