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  • Buy a piece of Boise history — the Phillips house is for sale

    Boise’s historic Phillips House, designed by innovative and eccentric architect Arthur Troutner, is for sale. The 1958 house is one-of-a-kind. Take a walk down memory lane with Greg Phillips who grew up in the home.

Boise’s historic Phillips House, designed by innovative and eccentric architect Arthur Troutner, is for sale. The 1958 house is one-of-a-kind. Take a walk down memory lane with Greg Phillips who grew up in the home. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Boise’s historic Phillips House, designed by innovative and eccentric architect Arthur Troutner, is for sale. The 1958 house is one-of-a-kind. Take a walk down memory lane with Greg Phillips who grew up in the home. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

This Boise house was considered ‘too radical’ for Sunset magazine. Now it’s for sale.

September 15, 2017 12:48 PM