Pretty in Pink
The Florida Tropical House, designed for the southern Florida tropics, is a unique beachfront property now available for long-term lease for $2,500,000 in Beverly Shores, Indiana. Built in 1933 as part of the Homes of Tomorrow Exhibition at the 1933 World’s Fair, it seamlessly integrates indoor & outdoor living spaces with spacious terraces and a distinctive flamingo pink exterior. Designed by architect Robert Law Weed in the Modernist style, the house was lovingly restored with over $2 million invested & has been subleased to current renter for about 25 years who is ready to pass the torch.
This famous home offers a chance for a new renter to preserve its historical and architectural significance and create new memories while respecting its rich legacy. The home may only be used for personal use, renting not allowed. Home to be made available to the public once per year. Indiana Landmarks and Indiana Dunes National Park will review and approve a new lessee, including their financial capacity to maintain the house and undertake any necessary repair and replacements for the life of the agreement. Cash only. Proof of Funds must be submitted to listing agent prior to showing. See more details on realtor’s website.