Looking for your dream mid-century modern home?
Look no further than the eight beautiful homes we've curated below, spanning from Palm Springs to Houston.
Built in 1957, this three bed, three bath Palm Springs residence is a total dream. The Donald Wexler-inspired home was recently renovated and sits on a prime corner lot with private walls, lush mature landscaping, and mountain views. Highlights include polished concrete tortoiseshell floors, custom Italian cabinetry, quartz counters, walls of glass, Viking appliances, smart home technology, Pebble sheen pool and spa, multiple patios, an oversized cabana area, and double driveway with a six-car garage.
This unique single story Memorial home features a wonderful open concept, high-end amenities, and an elegant backyard with citrus trees and a custom summer kitchen for entertaining. Designed and built by Birdsall Briscoe in 1956 and renovated in 2012 by the new owner with clean architectural lines to include new electrical, plumbing, AC, and a new roof. The home boasts four spacious bedrooms and four bathrooms.
Up next on our list of mid-century modern homes for sale in the US right now, we have this rare find in Phoenix which offers four beds, three baths, and an open kitchen with rich cabinetry, quartz counters, and stainless steel appliances. Built in 1951, the brick exterior mixed with newer modern facade features creates attractive curb appeal from both past and present eras.
Originally developed by famed architect William Krisel in 1961, this mid-century modern home has been re-designed and re-imagined to create a truly exquisite oasis. With four beds and two baths, the home is located near renowned San Diego beaches, parks, and restaurants yet remains tucked away in a quaint neighborhood. The large living space features high, vaulted ceilings and flows into the dining area, chef's kitchen with walk-in pantry, and into the backyard for a great indoor-outdoor flow. Enjoy a recently re-done pool and jacuzzi, custom gazebo and large grass area.
Located in charming Bel Meade just minutes away from Downtown San Antonio, this five-bedroom, split-level home was built in 1950. Highlights include the open floor plan, original wood floors, gas fireplace, wood ceiling, and well-shaded backyard with mature trees, plenty of privacy, and a Keith Zars heated swimming pool - all on a sizable lot.
You know those homes you see once and then think of for the rest of your life? Yeah, this Bumgardner mid-century modern home is one of them. Built in 1958 and re-imagined by Trogdon Architects, the home has been meticulously and updated with seamless style and attention to detail. Enjoy partial ownership of the 10-acre preserve, and stunning private grounds surrounding the home with lush Northwest Asian gardens, dual patios, and a large view deck. Other highlights: a sunken double-sided fireplace, a glass-surrounded dining room, and a detached studio perfect for second office, home gym, or art studio.
Stunning mid-century modern home designed by famed architect Bert M Thorud located in the Bartlett Estates community. Expansive floor to ceiling windows fill the 4,599 square foot main home with an abundance of natural light from the lovely gardens. Featuring two spacious master suites, an expansive three-car garage, and an 800 square foot detached guest home, a circular driveway, spacious foyer, expansive living room, cozy family room, private swimming pool, and tennis court. This home has it all.
Last but not least on our list of mid-century modern homes for sale in the US right now, we have this jewel in River Oaks, Houston. Designed in 1950 by Karl Kamrath, Houston’s leading interpreter of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian architecture. Architect Reagan Miller was hired to enlarge and modernize the home in 2004, keeping Kamrath's original design intact and turning a three-bed home into a four-bed masterpiece with 21st century amenities. A true beauty.
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