Mid-Century Modern Real Estate For Sale: June 29th, 2018
This week brings another great collection of mid-century properties. Snag an amazing home in NY with river views, and get a 100-year-old architect tenant in the deal. Or, check out the mid mod cabin in the Ohio woods, compete with bright orange door. Plenty of affordable homes and great design for mid-century modern architecture fans!
Centenarian's MCM Pad in Ossining, NY - 1,720 sqft. ($450,000)
A truly unique situation here. Architect Ladislav Rado's own amazing 1955 MCM home is for sale but with a catch: Buy the home but let him stay on in the house as long as he live, and he'll pay you $4k a month. A novel arrangement that shows just how attached he is to this fantastic house. Colorful, light filled and effortlessly modern, this one should be snapped up. It's also filled with some beautiful vintage furniture and boasts views of the Hudson River.
Stunning John Harvey Carter Home in Carmichael, CA - 2,960 sqft. ($899,900)
I'm a sucker for stacked block walls and this house employs the grid effect like a charm. Lights, materials, solid, glass, all wielded with a masterful touch here by the architect. So much character throughout and the fireplace is a stunner.
Check out the full listing and many more photos here.
Mini Mid Mod Gem in Cincinnati, OH - 885 sqft. ($150,000)
They say that great things come in small packages, and it's certainly true here. Everything you'd need for a getaway in the woods and nothing extra to take away from the purity of the design. Elegant 1961 post and beam by architect Richard Lakeman with classic walled front and glassed back. Open plan and transparent, this home makes the most of its wooded lot. Not surprisingly, this one is already at the multiple offers/best and final stage - get yours in by 7/2!
Bargain Mid Century Modern Home in Bay City, MI - 2,179 sqft. ($134,900)
This 1967 home is full of character and has plenty of free flowing space. More than a few nods to Frank Lloyd Wright. While the home isn't particularly well photographed and could benefit from some tasteful staging, its potential is obvious. Windows across the back of the house and a row of clerestories keep things light and the fireplace is an eye-catcher. At this price point you're getting a great deal.
1959 Architect Home in Cincinnati, OH - 1,528 sqft. ($176,500)
Affordable Hans Neutzell designed post and beam home here with plenty of light and architectural features. Love the carport and planter entry and the open plan main living space with double sided fireplace. The house is very private and looks out on to a nice back yard. Original St. Charles kitchen has some great cabinetry and the deck that runs the length of the house is the icing on the cake.
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