Okay, so we know we don’t normally dabble into the real estate market but, this is a special house. Special to the Corvette faithful at least.
The house of the late, great Zora Arkus-Duntov has recently been listed on the market in Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan. It seems Duntov’s love affair with engineering and obscurities translated to his home choices, because the house is listed as a Spanish-style home and certainly still rings unique. Just like the mid-engine Corvette prototypes he has become so well known for.
The house has a modest back yard with space for, presumably, a garden. There’s even a small rooftop patio. We imagine Duntov had some of his most brilliant ideas taking in the crisp Michigan air on this patio. We could be wrong, but it’s a humbling vision, no?
The home still houses some of the time-period correct styling cues, and could be quite a cool pad for the ultimate Corvette enthusiast. All it’s missing is restored C2 Corvette in the driveway, the Corvette with the most Zora influence in our opinion.
The house is listed for $299,900, and you can see many more photos at the link here.