An icon of the Sarasota School of Architecture, the famed Zigzag House embodies a midcentury-modern design and contemporary upgrades for an exceptional combination of historical significance and luxury integration. Named after its distinctive sawtooth roofline, this home was designed by renowned architect Ralph Twitchell and originally completed in 1959. A multistage, full renovation completed in 2019 thoroughly restored and enhanced the structural and stylistic elements of the home, including roof and multiple window replacements, lot grading and landscaping, expansion of the baths, bedrooms and closets, and the replacement of plumbing, HVAC and electrical wiring. The award-winning renovation was recognized nationally in 2020 by the American Institute of Architects and the American Registered Architects, locally by SRQ Magazine and was stewarded by Seibert Architects, Ball Construction and Yoder Homes. The Zigzag House features a single-story layout with four bedrooms, a separate media den and office, a large, open living and dining area oriented around a central, fully covered lanai, along with a saltwater pool and surrounding zen garden. The east and west bedroom wings extending from either side of the main living space are separated for optimal privacy, but all enjoy direct access to the exterior. The master suite occupies the east wing and encompasses a dressing room with custom built-in storage and a massive bath that includes an extra-long vanity, soaking tub and glass-enclosed walk-in shower with skylight. Two dedicated guest suites on the opposite side of the home offer spacious accommodation, each with en-suite baths and floor-to-ceiling sliders that open to the garden. Just off the main living area, a separate study is convertible to a fourth bedroom. A large library and media den with an adjacent office add an optimal retreat from the central, open-plan living space. Ideal for both relaxed living and large-scale hospitality, the designer kitchen blends seamlessly with the main living space. The unique curvilinear wood cabinets add subtle artistry to the neutral Caesarstone surfaces, stainless steel accents and appliances. All appliances are top-of-line, including a Viking range, Miele ovens and a Sub-Zero refrigerator. For added convenience, a beverage refrigerator is included in the separate utility room, with a large-capacity washer and dryer. Polished concrete flooring, floor-to-ceiling windows and sliders throughout complement the minimalist design elements, such as pocket doors, recessed lighting and hidden closets to emphasize the modern aesthetic of the home and the prominence of the architecture. Located in the esteemed Lido Shores enclave, within a short distance to the amenities of St. Armands Circle and downtown Sarasota, The Zigzag House is surrounded by other architecturally significant homes, including the nearby Paul Rudolph Umbrella House. Adding to the coveted location, owners enjoy deeded, private beach access to North Lido Key Beach. The iconic, original design of The Zigzag House and its extraordinarily thoughtful renovation are above par. Energy-efficient and smart home integrations throughout. Furnishings available by negotiation.