The Corrigan House is a renowned historical home listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This Mediterranean Revival, two-story home was constructed in 1926. The Corrigan family crest adorns an elaborate front door with rich gold knocker. Details include Spanish barrel-tile roof, Venetian-style canvas awnings, iron lanterns, and decorative wrought iron grills added to the arched front windows. Two chimneys lead from gas fireplaces in the living and family rooms. Renovations have preserved the home's originality and charm. Enjoy an expansive yard with gardens, private pool, paved patio and gazebo. The exquisite tri-level banyan treehouse and walled-in, gated property add a final outdoor touch. Upon entry, natural lighting sets the tone with crown molding and skylights. Original wood-beamed living room ceiling, hardwood floors, antique light fixtures, crystal doorknobs and stain-glass windows accent the home. Security and camera systems are installed, as well as custom hurricane windows and sliders. Retreat to your master suite with bath featuring a luxurious, infinity-edge spa tub, set in a mosaic design, granite counters and walk-in shower. Convenient to dog park, kayak launch, Ringling Museum, Asolo Theatre, Ca d Zan, downtown Sarasota, Gulf beaches and airport. Embrace history with a modern-day feel. Mr. Corrigan designed and built the first electrically driven vehicle in the United States and published the first automotive catalogue. Renovations list available.
Villa – Sarasota, Florida, USA
Total area: 344 m² 4 bedrooms 1 separate bathroom
- Built in 1920
- Swimming pool