Homeowners Robert Barnes and Karen Bisset decided to stick with Breuer’s original interior layout.
The owners’ goal was to transform the 19th-century building into a bold single-family residence.
Along with seven-inch white oak plank wood floors, the interiors feature custom built-in woodwork and cabinetry.
Each residence has its own private ground-level patio and side yard, which you enter through Fleetwood sliding doors.
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