‘BLUE HAVEN’ – by F. Carter Williams, FAIA

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‘BLUE HAVEN’ 

A MidCentury Masterpiece by noted architect

 F. Carter Williams, FAIA

circa 1959

Welcome to Blue Haven

Situated on ~3 lush acres in heart of North Raleigh

 6612 Rest Haven Drive, Raleigh NC

5 bedrooms  |  3 full baths  |  2 half baths  |  4800 SF  |  2.995 lush wooded acres with creek 

Offered at $1,700,000

 

FEATURED in the March 2019 issues of “Our State” Magazine

and was the “Home of the Week on Curbed.com” article on Curbed.com!

 

The Mid-Century Modernist Home your discerning clients have been waiting for

A room with a viewDining Room


WELCOME TO BLUE HAVEN

Possibly the most architecturally significant home in Raleigh. Designed by F. Carter Williams, FAIA, for his family in 1959, this home is a graceful composition of natural materials, light, & flow. Carolina Blue Stone was quarried especially for the home, creating a warm modernist retreat, tucked away on a lushly wooded lot with a babbling creek. 

Grounds by noted landscape architect, Dick Bell.

Extensively & sensitively renovated by the current owner, with consideration of preserving this truly one-of-a-kind home.

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VIRTUAL TOUR: Click the picture below:

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MLS# 224855. Need more details? Contact me today! 919-995-0550

Please note, financial qualification is required prior to scheduling a private tour.

FLOOR PLANS- Original drawings from 1958. The entire set was scanned and is available.

First Floor ORIGINAL Plan

Basement ORIGINAL Plan from 1958

 

BLUE HAVEN HOME TOUR was hosted by NC Modernist Houses on Sept. 1, 2018 – click the link for details:

http://www.ncmodernist.org/bluehaven.htm