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Landmark House on Wide Stretch of Lakefront Takes Its Sixth Price Cut

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A crescent-shaped mid-century home designed by brothers George and William Keck is starting off the new year with a price cut — and a big one at that. The Riparian Crescent Ranch that sits on 181 feet of Lake Michigan shorefront, has just lowered its asking price by half a million dollars, seeking $3.249 million. Built in 1962, the steel and glass house has now received six price cuts since it originally listed for $5.499 million in September of 2014. While the property is certainly valuable and appealing to developers, the owners have previously indicated that they are holding out for a preservation-minded buyer that will keep the house intact. Will this latest price reduction finally entice a buyer?

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