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Mid-Century Modern Real Estate For Sale: December 14th, 2018

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-frame include the views, the open plan, the light-filled interior, the cool staircare and the central fireplace.

Check out the full listing and more photos HERE.

Original Features in West Valley City, UT - 2,118 sqft. ($265,500)

This modern home in Utah was designed by architect Ronald L. Molen and built in 1964. It's a beautiful home with some pretty incredible original details and features throughout the property. We love the split-level design, the overhangs and the fireplace. Those George Nelson lamps throughout the space are great, too. Also wonderful curb appeal.

Check out the full listing and more photos HERE.

Warm and Wooden Architect-Designed Home in Saint Paul, MN - 1,408 sqft. ($299,900)

This is another great architect-designed home with beautifully exposed structural details. The shell is ready to be softened with appropriate furnishings. I'm not a fan of the dark gray block wall surrounding the fireplace (perhaps it has already been painted?) but that can be changed. Long ledge across from the fireplace is a built-in sofa, and the kitchen cabinets look fantastic. A little restoration could make this home truly incredible.

Check out the full listing and more photos HERE.

Huge Usonian-Style House in Bay City, MI - 5,451 sqft. ($600,000)

This 1956 architect-designed home by Glenn Beach is a mammoth 5,451 square feet, but it still has the traditional Usonian style. Great use of natural materials, beautiful beams, nice walls of glass and countless other architectural details. The sprawling property is expensive for the area, but it is a huge home is filled with light and is virtually move-in ready.

Check out the full listing and more photos HERE.

Modern Home by Philip Johnson Apprentice in Chappaqua, NY - 2,690 sqft. ($688,000)

Built in 1967, this mid-century modern home is on the market for the first time in 40 years. It features a modern split-level design and some of its best elements include the beams, the deck, the tile floors and the many original features. Plenty of natural light- thanks in part to well-placed skylights. Expect stunning views and a private lot.

Check out the full listing and more photos HERE.

Still searching for the perfect mid-century modern home? Check out some of our most recent real estate round-ups for more amazing MCM homes.

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