Mary Rockwell Hook designed and built this home for herself over several years. It sits on a cul-de-sac south of the Country Club Plaza, with three other homes that the architect designed for family members. Rockwell Hook lived in the home until 1971. Much of the stone was quarried on the property and the resulting hole became an in-ground swimming pool, one of the first residential pools in the area.
Mary Rockwell Hook designed and built this home for herself over several years. It sits on a cul-de-sac south of the Country Club Plaza, with three other homes that the architect designed for family members. Rockwell Hook lived in the home until 1971. Much of the stone was quarried on the property and the resulting hole became an in-ground swimming pool, one of the first residential pools in the area. ROY INMAN Special to The Star
Mary Rockwell Hook designed and built this home for herself over several years. It sits on a cul-de-sac south of the Country Club Plaza, with three other homes that the architect designed for family members. Rockwell Hook lived in the home until 1971. Much of the stone was quarried on the property and the resulting hole became an in-ground swimming pool, one of the first residential pools in the area. ROY INMAN Special to The Star

Mary Rockwell Hook’s Sunset Hills home blends Italian ornate with reclaimed salvage

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