A rare 12-sided home in St. Pete’s ‘Pink Streets’ district is now on the market
A one-of-a-kind 12-sided home, or dodecagon, is now for sale in St Pete's "Pink Streets" district.
Located at 7117 Sunshine Dr. S., the Willingham House, was designed by architect Al Willingham for his wife Eleanor in 1970. The 1,827 square-foot home has since been restored to its former glory and comes with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and, well, an incredibly circular lifestyle.
The unique home was built by local architectural firm Harvard Jolly, which was also responsible for quite a few Tampa Bay landmarks, including the old Inverted Pyramid St. Petersburg Pier, the Hospitality House at Busch Gardens, the Williams Park Band Shell and others.
The dodecagon home is currently asking $700,000, and the listing agents is Kent Rodahaver of NextHome South Pointe.