If you are a peruser of Evansville’s home listings, you may have noticed one of Evansville’s most extraordinary homes is up for sale.
The sleek West Side home of Andy and Judy Davidson on Summertime Lane is 6,419 square feet of a simple concept that is modernized in style and function.
"The seller hates to leave this wonderful paradise but they are moving closer to family," says Carol McClintock, CEO of FC Tucker Emge Team McClintock Realtors
Featured in the July/August 2002 issue of Evansville Living, this modern, industrial style home reflects the barns, silos, and galvanized steel roofs scattered throughout southwestern Indiana. Looking more like a museum or greenhouse, the home uses energy recovery ventilators for conservation combined with natural daylight through light slots and glass blocks.
The enigmatic house was built on land that had been in Judy’s family for more than 100 years and was the second home the Davidsons designed and built on Evansville’s far West Side.
The property is elevated to show the dramatic architecture and landscaping. Inside, four bedrooms, a living room, kitchen, den, laundry, recreation room, office, and indoor pool encompass the main floor along with seven (yes, seven!) bathrooms. A fifth bedroom resides upstairs.
Much of the structure was crafted locally with nearby rural farms using framing timbers for major portions of the roofing structure and hardwood flooring from southern Indiana mills.
These modern amenities make it a home like no other in the Tri-State and for only $1.25 million, this incredible palace could belong to you!