Rose Randa of Asher Slaunwhite Architects, a Jenkintown-based firm, was recently featured in The Philadelphia Business Journal for helping construct an $11.9 million beachfront home in Avalon, New Jersey.
The six-bedroom, eight-bathroom 4,400 sf property has been nicknamed the “Guard House” and took 1.5 years to finish.
From the article:
The Palm Springs-style property at 5 West 32nd Ave. has grabbed the attention of Seven Mile Island residents throughout its year-and-a-half-long buildout. The home draws inspiration from famed architect Joseph Eichler, who primarily worked in the West Coast’s pockets of wealth, and also incorporates elements of Australian coastal homes.
The six-bedroom, eight-bathroom house is designed so the indoor and outdoor space “blend together,” according to listing agent Janet Bogorowski of Compass. It spans 4,400 square feet and sits across from Avalon Beach Patrol headquarters, with the view of lifeguards coming and going inspiring the house’s nickname.
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