$595,500  |  5 BEDROOMS  |  4 BATHS  |  3,309 SF  |  HOPE VALLEY

3624 Carlisle is a contemporary cedar home and an architectural work of art. The home is the private residence of a distinguished professor of architectural history at Duke University, who is also the first woman to serve as the Vincent Scully Visiting Professor of Architectural History at the Yale University School of Architecture. The home plan has two sources of inspiration: the Mediterranean Atrium house, in which rooms surround an open central space, and the National Humanities Center in the Research Triangle Park by Hartman-Cox. This avant-garde treasure features a timeless classic kitchen with a gas range, a first floor in-law/ guest suite with a private outside entrance, classic white subway tile baths and walk-in showers. The Southern exposure allows for natural and open fenestrations, angular walls in thoughtfully crafted spaces, and hardwood floors. Design inspiration continues outdoors with the expansive deck and pool with a wooded view.