03 30 March Round Up of Modern & Mid Century Homes Around the US POSTED BY katherine mcbride COMMENTS Gorgeous illustrations of modern and mid-century architecture can be found in most cities across the United States. While modern homes are certainly more predominant in some areas of the country than others, if you are in the market, chances are you will find something that suits your fancy. While regional attributes tend to vary depending on which part of the country you reside in, there are some common themes that can be found in most modern homes that continue to make them attractive to today’s buyers. Some of these features include open floor plans, large expanses of glass, geometric planes, and a focus on indoor and outdoor living. Here are just a few examples of some of the noteworthy modern homes currently on the market around the US. 1225 Lincoln Avenue South Highland Park, IL 60035 Architect: A. James Speyer Built: 1952 Square Feet: 3,171 Price: $1,199,000 Source: Estately 2917 Durand Dr Los Angeles, CA 90068 Built: 2012 Square Feet: 3,000 Price: $4,199,000 Source: Redfin 313 Brook Ave, Santa Cruz, CA 95062 Built: 1973 Square Feet: 736 Price: $679,000 Source: Zillow 2320 Tigertail Ave Miami, FL 33133 Built: 2014 Square Feet: 4,156 Price: $2,090,000 Source: Redfin 2150 Stonecrest Dr, Eugene, OR 97401 Built: 1969 Square Feet: 4,422 Price: $839,000 Source: Zillow Related PostsFebruary Round Up of Modern & Mid Century Houses around the USMod Talk: Experience Matters with Heidi WardKick off Modernism Week with your own Retro Cocktail PartyMod Talk: Exploring Tacoma’s Real Estate Market with Jeff JensenDesign with Intention: Choosing A Color Scheme for Your Modern Home This entry was posted in Modern and Mid-Century Modern Roundup and tagged midcentury, midcenturyhouse, midcenturymodernhomes, modernhomes, modernrealestate. Bookmark the permalink.