Mid-century modern homes—famed for their clean lines, large windows and open spaces—are still coveted by those who appreciate simplicity and immersion in nature. In locations from Houston to Denver, explore five perennially stylish homes built circa 1950-1965.
Golden Gate Sotheby’s International Realty
Ceilings of birch wood plank, expansive floor-to-ceiling windows, a handsome fireplace, and Mid-century details throughout create an unforgettable atmosphere in this home located in the charming California town of Saratoga.
Martha Turner Sotheby’s International Realty
In 1960, architect Karl Kamrath built this exceptionally sophisticated residence to serve as his personal home. Its well-preserved condition has earned it inclusion in a variety of home tours for fans of architecture and mid-century design.
Shelter Island, New York
Sotheby’s International Realty – East Hampton Brokerage
‘The Snyder House’ is something of a legend in the long history of Shelter Island. Built in 1952 and designed by architect Bertrand Goldberg for John Snyder, the CEO of the Pressed Steel Car Company, the residence quickly became recognized as a mid-century marvel.
Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty
On the market for the first time since it was built in 1959, this home was designed by internationally renowned architect Mark Hampton, and appeared in the June 19, 1960 New York Times as one of Architectural Record’s 20 best-designed homes of 1960.
LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Constructed in 1964, this structure has been transformed into a stylish commercial space with attached living quarters. Crowning the residence is a unique rooftop deck protected from the elements by an elegant arched roof.
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