James Nagle Architect Design
Spectacular Home Offered at Land Value Sold
Sited on two beautiful acres and backed up to a greenbelt, this asking price reflects just land value and the fabulous architect designed home is an incredible bonus. Located in Bent Tree, this is the finest International Style modern home built in Dallas since the International Style home designed by Roscoe Dewitt, AIA, for Stanley Marcus on acreage in 1937.
James Nagle, FAIA, designed this modern home on two acres in Bent Tree in 1976. The clean, sharp edged lines slice through its pastoral setting, with walls of windows and glass doors looking out over the vast lawns and the backdrop of a green belt. This International Style modern home is dramatic and elegant for entertaining and at the same time efficient, and with five bedrooms, suited for a large family. Sports courts, two pools, and a separate building used as an entertainment center furthers the recreational flexibility of this contemporary residence in Bent Tree.
Architect James Lee Nagle
Dallas has a long history of retaining architects from across the country who have an international reputation. Architect James Nagle is another example of an acclaimed talent who was brought to Dallas to design a modern home.
James Nagle, FAIA, received a B.A. from Stanford, an architecture degree from MIT and an M.A. from Stanford before being named a Fulbright Scholar, studying architecture and urbanism in the Netherlands. During the 1970s he co-founded Nagle Hartray and Associates and was known as one of the Chicago Seven who had a great influence on modern architecture.
Bent Tree Neighborhood
While Dallas has many period contemporary homes, few cities, including Dallas, have period modern architecture with the timeless clarity of style as the modern home James Nagle designed in Bent Tree.