January 28, 2022

The iconic triangular home of famed Florida architect William Morgan is now for sale

A home listed among American Institute of Architects "Top 100 Buildings in Florida," is now on the market.

Located at 1945 Beach Ave. in Atlantic Beach, the oceanfront home was built in 1973 and is the former residence of the late Florida modernist architect William Morgan.

Influenced by the stepped structure of Roman seaside towns, "The Morgan Home" is one of his most well-known designs, and comes with three bedrooms and four bathrooms, and ton of upgrades, like hurricane compliant windows,
automated roller blinds, and new tile floors.

The Harvard-trained architect passed away in 2016 at the age of 85, but his work can be found all over the state, including Dickinson Hall at University of Florida, the MOSH in downtown Jacksonville, as well as many award-winning residences, like the nearby "Dune House."

The current asking price for the Morgan Home is $3,495,000, and the listing agent is Amy E. Brown of First Coast Sotheby's International Realty.
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The iconic triangular home of famed Florida architect William Morgan is now for sale
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The iconic triangular home of famed Florida architect William Morgan is now for sale
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The iconic triangular home of famed Florida architect William Morgan is now for sale
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The iconic triangular home of famed Florida architect William Morgan is now for sale
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The iconic triangular home of famed Florida architect William Morgan is now for sale
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