October 01, 2021

A rare midcentury Glen Q. Johnson house is now for sale in St. Petersburg

An original midcentury gem from a local celebrated architect is now on the market in St. Pete's Bayou Bonita neighborhood.

Located at 627 Sunrise Dr. S, the home was built in 1954 by renown architect Glen Q. Johnson, who was behind many of the area's Vision-aire homes, as well as the St. Pete Beach Library, the North Shore Aquatic Center, and the Pinellas County Judicial Building, among others.

This particular 2,521- square-foot home comes with three-bedrooms and two-bathrooms, as well two fireplaces, vaulted ceilings, a Pecky Cypress wood wall, Clerestory windows, a pool, and an oversized two-car garage.

The home is currently asking $635,000 and the listing agent is Collette Richardson of Smith & Associates Real Estate.

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A rare midcentury Glen Q. Johnson house is now for sale in St. Petersburg
A rare midcentury Glen Q. Johnson house is now for sale in St. Petersburg
A rare midcentury Glen Q. Johnson house is now for sale in St. Petersburg
A rare midcentury Glen Q. Johnson house is now for sale in St. Petersburg
A rare midcentury Glen Q. Johnson house is now for sale in St. Petersburg

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