Whether you're looking for a mid-century modern fixer-upper project (our personal favorite!) or a home that's ready to move into, we've got you covered this week. There are some incredible mid-century modern homes for sale all across the country. Check out the fixer-upper with wild design in Ohio and the post-and-beam beauties in Washington, Illinois, and Connecticut. If you're buried under snow right now, you might also find yourself drawn to the remodeled MCM home in Florida (and its pool!)
We're obsessed with A-Frames at the moment so it's no surprise there's a quirky A-frame in this week's roundup. There are also split-level houses with lots of original features, a giant Usonian house and even a home designed by an apprentice of Philip Johnson.
1970s A-Frame in Duck Creek, UT - 1,700 sqft. ($205,000)
This is a quirky A-Frame that looks out over Strawberry Point. (The exterior paint job is also undeniably strawberry-influenced with red on the bottom and green on the top.) The top features of this A-...
We're heading to both coasts this week to bring you some of the most interesting mid-century modern homes for sale in America. The Don Hershey, FLW-inspired home in New York is a steal at under $250,000 and the $435k post and beam in California is also reasonably priced for the Sacramento market. Of course, you could also just drool over the Buff and Hensman gem in Los Angeles. Check 'em out!
Don Hershey Home in Pittsford, NY - 2,550 sqft. ($249,900)
Known as 'The Wing House', this striking Frank Lloyd Wright inspired house...
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)
I have to admit that we have a lot of fun finding mid-century modern homes for this post each week. Sometimes it's exciting to drool over spectacular homes in unbelievable settings (See: both New York properties this week!), but it's also great to get inspiration from smaller spaces and limited budgets. There's something at every price range this week, and we encourage anyone interested in mid-century architecture to invest in a home like the ones listed.
One of a Kind MCM in Cherry Hill, NJ - 3,795 sqft. ($425,000)
If you're looking for a mid-century modern home to call your own, there are plenty of fantastic options currently for sale. There's quirky in North Carolina, absolute perfection in Napa and a stunning home in Indiana. Priced anywhere from affordable to "maybe-if-I-win-the-lottery", there's something for everyone in this week's round-up of MCM properties.
Neglected Showpiece in Greenwood, IN - 2,839 sqft. ($650,000)
Known as the Mills House (named after its original owners) this sprawling modern home was designed by architect...
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...