October Round Up of Modern & Mid Century Homes around the US

POSTED BY katherine mcbride COMMENTS

The US is full of superb examples of modern residential architecture from coast to coast. While different regional attributes give these homes their unique flair, there are common architectural and design traits that many of these homes share. People who love modern homes, tend to be drawn to the simplicity of form and minimalistic, open spaces. Geometric planes and clean lines often grace both the interiors and exteriors of these houses. There is usually a connection to the nature that surrounds modern homes, with large expanses of glass that brings the outside in. Here are just a few of modern and mid century modern homes currently for sale in cities and suburbs across the United States.

2727 Kolonahe Pl, Honolulu, HI 96813

Built: 1953
Architect: Vladimir Ossipoff
Sq Ft: 3,895
Price: $3,200,000

Photo Source: Zillow

Source: Zillow

5228 Escalante Dr La Canada Flintridge, CA 91011
Built: 2008
Architect: Osborn Architects
Sq Ft: 5,093
Price: $3,995,000

Photo Source:Deasy Penner

Source: Deasy Penner

250 Williams Dr, Indianapolis, IN 46260
Built: 1959
Architect: Philip Johnson
Sq Ft: 2,404
Price: $450,000


Source: Redfin

1350 Ladera Cir, Palm Springs, CA 92262
Built: 1962
Architect: William Krisel
Sq Ft: 5,000
Price: 5,900,000

Source: Redfin

Source: Redfin

1641 S Bayshore Dr, Miami, FL 33133
Built: 2017
Sq Ft: 10,684 sqft
Price: $8,880,000

Source: Estately

Source: Estately

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