The house has a circular library with wood-paneled walls, gridded design elements including stacks of square windows and glass block bathroom walls, and a dining room big enough for three tables, each a different geometrical shape. Columns flanking the front door are a reference to the ancient Temple of Solomon that stood in Jerusalem 26 centuries ago.
David Pochis died in 2014. Marlene Pochis put the house on the market in August 2015, asking $2.2 million. She cut the price several times over the years.
Marlene Pochis died in January 2019. In April 2020, the price dropped to $874,000, and in early May it went under contract to the eventual buyers. The sale closed June 11.
Another Tigerman design, built in 1985 about four miles east and near Lake Michigan, has been on the market for most of the past five years, first listing at $3.25 million in June 2013. Its price is now down to $1.5 million, or about 64 percent of the $2.35 million the sellers paid for it in 1994.