Don Hershey’s design of 230 Hibiscus for Alfred and Elaine Spagg is featured in the September 3, 1978 Democrat & Chronicle article titled “5 Favorite Houses-These architects like open spaces, soaring ceilings and closeness to nature.”
Democrat & Chronicle’s Upstate magazine asked 5 architects including Hershey to choose their favorite home. Hershey chose 230 Hibiscus. An excerpt: “Elaine and Alfred Spagg wanted to build a house on their wooded Hibiscus Drive lot that was both formal and informal – and that’s what they got. They also got a light and open contemporary home that’s chock-full of storage space. ‘You never lack for storage in Don (Hershey) homes,’ says Elaine.” Click to read the rest of the article.