Designed in 1953 and build in 1959, the Cooke House is one of only three Frank Lloyd Wright designs in Virginia. The crescent-shaped dwelling overlooks Crystal Lake in Virginia Beach and features glazed brick, red Cypress, and a copper roof. Its 3,000 square foot interior was made for entertaining, boasting cathedral ceilings, a 40-foot-long built-in sofa, and a 70-foot great room with a curved window wall showcasing sunset views. The living spaces flow out to an expansive lakefront patio that leads down to a private dock and pier. Elsewhere, there's an updated kitchen, bathroom, and four bedrooms, along with improvements to the plumbing, hot water tank, and radiant heat flooring.
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