The Rolling Cube | 145 S Sappington | Dielmann Sotheby’s

The original home was built in 1939 in an area known as “Little Bohemia.” The area was infamous for its population of eccentric artist and architects. The addition to the home was added by architect John Mike Cohen.

Located in the enclave of interesting architectural homes in Oakland is this well-known residence that everyone adores. The original Art-Deco and International home has been enhanced over the years. The most famous feature is the “crooked” office addition that exemplifies this house’s playful architecture. What fun it is to go into the office and have it completely level.

The Living Room featuring a wood-burning fireplace that opens to a dining area with a half-circle by window that overlooks the backyard. Off of the kitchen is an addition that opened up the house with a bright breakfast area featuring a high ceiling, extra sitting area and work station. Oak hardwood floors are throughout the 1st and 2nd floors. The backyard looks out onto a new walking park. The view from the front door is of the Westborough Country Club’s golf course.

QUICK FACTS:
Address: 145 S Sappington 
Price: $415,000
Website: 145SSappington.com
3 Beds, 2 Baths
Living Area: 2,012 sq.ft.
Pr/Sqft: $206.26
Listed by: Ted Wight | (314)607-5555