Mid-century modern design doesn't originate from a single decade. If you're looking for mid-century modern homes for sale, stay open to homes like these, which date from the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s and even one from 1980. Typically, when we search for mid-century properties, we look for homes built between 1950 and 1970. However, extending that range can reveal a number of spectacular homes that embrace the mid-century modern aesthetic.
Large Post and Beam in Weston, MA - 4,178 sqft. ($1,150,000)
This week in our mid-century modern roundup, we have more architect designed homes, including two by Frank Lloyd Wright apprentices. Also be sure to check out the unique home up for auction in Oklahoma, the owner/builder special in Idaho, and the cabin in Maine.
Ted Van Fossen Gem in Worthington, OH - 1,858 sqft. ($495,000)
This restored 1957 home and guest house designed by FLW apprentice Van Fossen is part of the wonderful Rush Creek Usonian Village. Many great features including level changes, built-ins, natural materials...