New York interior designer and owner Frazier Ferrara has renovated the St Petersburg property, which was built in 1982 to emulate a midcentury style. He has added punchy bright tones and clean lines to its open-plan spaces, wavy interior walls and grand ceilings.
The three-bedroom Florida property is asking for $899,000 via Engel & Völkers. It is located in the Broadwater neighbourhood, where it was originally a model home for an abandoned housing development. In 2019, it scooped a Mid Century Modern Preservation award for Ferrara’s renovation.
In the home’s main cavernous living space are three fully glazed geometric openings and a wooden staircase swirling up, treehouse-like, to a lofted main bedroom. Tropical hues and atomic era-style furnishings are sprinkled throughout the Pinellas County house and its studio, which sit within a bamboo garden.