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Striking Mt. Washington modern by Fung + Blatt seeks $1.9M

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The three-bedroom split-level was built in 2006

Courtesy of Dan Mancinelli and Brian Moore

On Mount Washington’s architecturally blessed Sea View Lane, you’ll find homes by Harwell Hamilton Harris, James De Long, and the team of Fung + Blatt, who designed this attractive modern in 2006.

One of a handful of residences in the neighborhood designed or re-designed by the local husband-and-wife architect team, the 2,366-square-foot home unfolds as a series of interlocking volumes occupying multiple levels.

Past a gated courtyard is the entry level, housing the kitchen, dining area, sunken living room, and office. Upstairs is the master suite and view deck offering panoramic vistas, while the lower level contains a studio with separate entrance and three-quarter bath.

Per the listing, the three-bedroom home features mahogany casework, natural cork floors, poured-in-place concrete, sliding glass doors, clerestory windows, a floating fireplace, and built-in seating.

On a 10,187-square-foot lot, it’s listed with an asking price of $1.988 million. Open house is scheduled from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday and 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday.