BAY VILLAGE, Ohio — The first thing you notice about 31308 Manchester Lane is the indoor pool. A rare feature in Northeast Ohio, the heated pool is situated between the kitchen and primary bedroom. The design was intentional “so the owner could swim from bed to coffee,” says Howard Hanna listing agent Sally Messinger.
She describes the home as “Frank Lloyd-inspired,” though it was built in 1970 by another significant architect, William Trout, who won the Cleveland Arts Prize for architecture in 1978. Featuring four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms and over 3,600-sq. ft. of living space, the property has an asking price of $600,000.
The main living space has beautiful mid-century modern details including a floating staircase, wood paneling, fireplace, built-ins and an adjacent dining room. The kitchen measures 25-feet in length and is updated with cherry cabinets, granite countertops, newer stainless appliances and an island with high-top seating.
Head up the stairs to a loft with views overlooking the pool and which can be used as an office. Three additional bedrooms including one with a balcony, plus two full baths and two storage areas round out the second floor.
The indoor pool deck is ideal for entertaining, offering space for dining or seating and access to the outdoor patio. The attached garage can accommodate two vehicles.
“It’s like living in a resort 12 months a year,” Messinger writes in her listing.
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