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Minimalist Midcentury House in Old Hammock Wants $2.9M

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Built in 1959, this super-minimalist midcentury house in Snapper Creek Lakes is a pure sugar cube surrounded by a lush, green 100-year-old jungly Florida hammock. Asking $2.9 million, the 5,000 square foot house includes four main bedrooms, plus staff and guest quarters in a separate building, a windy, jungly driveway, and large canopied overhangs sheltering the driveway and pool. Meanwhile, large plate glass windows look out into the intensely green yard.

· 10900 Old Cutler Road [Redfin]