April 02, 2020

A midcentury-modern gem from renown St. Pete architect Sanford M. Goldman is now for sale

A home designed by local preeminent architect Sanford M. Goldman is for now for sale in St. Pete Beach.

Goldman, who studied under Frank Lloyd Wright for two years in the late 1950s at the Taliesin fellowship, is a well-known name in local architecture and is behind plenty of notable buildings, like the Hernando County government center, numerous schools throughout Florida, and quite a few impressive midcentury-modern homes throughout Tampa Bay.

Located at 3910 Belle Vista Dr. E., in St Pete Beach, this tri-level 4,747 square-foot home comes with four bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, as well as a pool, a courtyard, and 142-feet of waterfront with a new dock. 

Just last year, Goldman received a proclamation for his accomplished 50 year career and his contributions to midcentury-modern architecture from St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman.

The asking price is $1,799,000, and the list agents are David and Wendy Lockhart of Keller Williams Gulf Beaches.

Photos via Zillow.com

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A midcentury-modern gem from renown St. Pete architect Sanford M. Goldman is now for sale
CL Staff

A midcentury-modern gem from renown St. Pete architect Sanford M. Goldman is now for sale
CL Staff

A midcentury-modern gem from renown St. Pete architect Sanford M. Goldman is now for sale
CL Staff

A midcentury-modern gem from renown St. Pete architect Sanford M. Goldman is now for sale
CL Staff

A midcentury-modern gem from renown St. Pete architect Sanford M. Goldman is now for sale
CL Staff