A new three story, 1,700 square foot single family modernist house is being constructed at 301 Wade Ave. in Raleigh, close to where Wade Avenue feeds into Capitol Boulevard just north of downtown. Seen from its back side, a creek meanders around three sides of the new home on a 5/8th acre lot owned by 33-year-old Marshall Davis; the house, designed by his retired architect father Walter Davis, 68, is being built jointly by the Davises.
A new three story, 1,700 square foot single family modernist house is being constructed at 301 Wade Ave. in Raleigh, close to where Wade Avenue feeds into Capitol Boulevard just north of downtown. Seen from its back side, a creek meanders around three sides of the new home on a 5/8th acre lot owned by 33-year-old Marshall Davis; the house, designed by his retired architect father Walter Davis, 68, is being built jointly by the Davises. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
A new three story, 1,700 square foot single family modernist house is being constructed at 301 Wade Ave. in Raleigh, close to where Wade Avenue feeds into Capitol Boulevard just north of downtown. Seen from its back side, a creek meanders around three sides of the new home on a 5/8th acre lot owned by 33-year-old Marshall Davis; the house, designed by his retired architect father Walter Davis, 68, is being built jointly by the Davises. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

Real Deals: Curiosity abounds as modernist house rises along Wade Avenue

March 19, 2016 12:30 PM

UPDATED March 21, 2016 10:19 AM

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