1945 - A Year in the life of Marilyn and David Franken
According to their daughter Mary, the house was sold around when her parents retired. She recalls the view was incredible across the mountains and the Dartmouth campus. The flat roof was supported by steel beams which loudly cracked in the winter. A gorgeous fieldstone wall connected the house and garage and continued inside the house. The radiant heating system broke and was replaced with baseboard heaters, which necessitated much smaller windows, an unfortunate tradeoff. Sold to James Barry who did a remodel and took off much of the flat roof.
Sold in to Jake M. Blount House, Conway NH. Located on Route 16 near Madison NH.
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Still standing as of No exact address. Do you have one? Likely unbuilt. Property sold to Charles and Janet Savage in Their daughter, Janet, said that the property was always a field when they were growing up and that the house there as of was constructed in Featured in the Distinctive Houses issue of Architectural Record. Deeded to third wife Janet.
Architect unknown. Featured in Architectural Record, March Sold in to David and Sarah Reeves. Remodeled and updated in by architect V. Stuart Stu White. Garage added in by architect Bernard Bernie Benn. Ralph Hunter was Ted Hunter's older brother. Featured in the November Architectural Record. Sold in to Norman N. Yanofsky and Kathy Crawford, still owners as of Designed by Edgar Hunter. Featured in McCalls Magazine, April You could send off for a booklet, Home of the Month , for 15 cents.
Photos by Ezra Stoller. Designed to take maximum advantage of the view of the valley of the Connecticut River. Pictured above, French variously called it "Spinster's Rest," "El Rancho Bankrupto," and other names of affection. Built by A.
There was an addition. According to her friend Jean Ranc, French had a vintage Thunderbird convertible she kept garaged and on blocks during the winter. Sold in to Jonathan and Ann Rose.
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Renovated, but they never moved in. Sold in to Susan and Stephen Shadford. This remarkable glass, stone, and wood piece of sculpture was suspended like a tree house on the side of a hill. The stunningly beautiful house stair-steps down the hill on three levels with ledge stone foundations. Inside, a see-through fireplace opened to the living room and the dining room on the other side. The house was featured on the cover of the November Architectural Record. Their was the crown jewel of a community of Hunter-designed houses along Hemlock Road, each with acres of woods. The house sat unsold for four years after the Hunters departed in for Raleigh.
Sold in to Jean Ranc and Nathan Geurkink. Ranc and Geurkink sold in and two subsequent owners have made extensive renovations such as enlarging the tiny kitchen, adding decks and a separate guest house. As of owned by interior designer Cheryl Boghosian and Neil Roth. Turned a Victorian into a Modernist house. Featured in House Beautiful, February Commissioned earlier, perhaps as far back as Built for a local engineer with offices in the same Hanover building as the Hunters.
Sold several times. Around - The E. Sold to John F. Upon retirement in , they had the Hunters design a coastal house in North Carolina see below. Sold in to Charles R. Luker who added a deck on the back. Sold to Martin Marty W. Himmelstein in Photos by Marty Himmelstein. Deeded in to the Martin W.
Himmelstein Revocable Trust. Added on a library right behind the garage, a bathroom, a guest room, and a carport, also by the Hunters. As of still owned by the Staples. Bottom photo by John Sherman. No address or photo. The house was featured in Progressive Architecture, November Destroyed in , with a new home built on the site. According to research Suzanne Mantegna, Pennington Haile , a Dartmouth College graduate, received his doctorate from Harvard University in He was a former assistant director of the League of Nations Association and was a lecturer on international relations.
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There were two drawings completed by the Hunters of the same structure for Pennington Haile. One is dated August 12, and the second is dated The exact date of construction is undetermined. Deed research in the Norwich Town Clerks office uncovered a map of a subdivision with property owned by Pennington Haile and dated The home was a small two bedroom, three bath home.
The entry level consisted of a kitchen, eating area with fireplace, bathroom, study, and utility room. The upper level had two bedrooms, a sunken living room and a deck. A perspective drawing of the living room was featured in the Hunters book The Indoor Garden: Design, Construction and Furnishing, photo above. Has been renovated. Sold in to Peter J.
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Kermond, who still own it as of The walls in the living room were burlap. Includes four bedrooms and a study. Sold to R.
Clinton and Caroline S. Fuller in Sold in to Raymond Sid and Alice O.
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Sold in to their son and daughter. Bottom photo by Ramani Mathew. Cary House, Greenfield MA. Sold to William and Lisa Battilana. Photo by Woodstock Lister's Office. Earle House, Hanover NH. Commissioned Built by Waino Kokko. When Langdell died in , the house was sold. The second owners altered the living room by removing a fieldstone feature, the built-in bookcases, and the glass screen which separated the dining room from the foyer. Langdell's daughter Sarah recalls that "as you you walk into the house there is a beautiful rock garden.
It is surrounded by glass. We had a large gardenia bush among other plants-but I loved the gardenia. The story is that the rock was meant to be much larger but in cutting it back some with dynamite it got cut back a lot.
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Sold to Robert F. Large color photo by Sarah Langdell Lambdin. Has been sold. John Kemeny was president of Dartmouth College in the s. Sold to Paul and Patricia Shannon in Sold to Brantz and Ana M. Mayor in Sold to Dawn Khan in Sold to Dick and Stephanie Schellens. As of owned by Lesley and William Ware. Addition by architect Andy Garthwaite. Photos by Ana Mayor. Address needs verification.