Paul R. Williams’ family residence in Lafayette Square hits the market for first time, asking $2.395M

By Pauline O’Connor

On the heels of the opening of a new photo exhibit celebrating the work of Paul Revere Williams comes news that the International modern-style home the pioneering architect designed for himself and his family has just hit the market for the first time.

Williams designed the house, located on a gated street in the Lafayette Square Historic Preservation Overlay Zone, in 1951, and lived there until his death in 1980. As the Paul R. Williams Project notes, the two-story home’s “clean lines, smooth outer skin, soft interior architectural curves and space for extensive indoor/outdoor living illustrated his personal design taste in California living.”

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