Looking for mid-century modern homes to buy? They can be hard to find… there is no ‘mid-century modern’ button! Here are a few homes that have mid-century modern sensibilities that recently caught my eye on my regular search for mid-century moderns… let us know if you would like to be updated when new mid-century modern listings pop up.

 

2854 Inglewood Avenue S, Saint Louis Park – 3BR/3BA – 2,602 sq ft – $795,000

Courtesy Edina Realty, Inc.

This renovated Mid-Century Modern home built in 1951 is located in the Fern Hill neighborhood of St. Louis Park, close to Lake Calhoun and not far from Uptown and Downtown Minneapolis. Click on the photo above, then contact us to learn more.

 

4 Thrush Lane , North Oaks – 3BR/3BA – 3,783 sq ft – $750,000

Courtesy Edina Realty, Inc.

This exceptional home designed by John Howe in 1971 was inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright. Custom built for its unique setting in North Oaks, the community that was once James J. Hill’s farm and country estate, it is located on 3 private acres. Contact us to learn more.

 

1535 Oak Avenue, Arden Hills – 4BR/4BA – 4,027 sq ft – $560,888

1535 Oak Avenue
Courtesy Edina Realty, Inc.

This Arden Hills mid-century walkout rambler was built in 1955. It has easonal views of Lake Johanna and a 4-car heated garage.  Contact us to learn more.

 

6 High Road, Inver Grove Heights – 5BR/5BA – 4,122 sq ft – $925,000

Courtesy Keller Williams Integrity-Edina

This original mid-century modern luxury home was built in 1959 on 3.7 acre lakefront oasis in southeast metro. Private setting with pool house and sauna. Contact us to learn more.

 

2206 Parklands Lane, Saint Louis Park – 3BR/2BA – 2,647 sq ft – $1,295,000

Courtesy Coldwell Banker Burnet

This rare offering was built in 1960, one of the last private residences designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Set on 3.77 incredibly private acres yet only minutes to downtown Minneapolis this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, offered for  the first time by the original owners. Contact us to learn more about this exceptional property.

 

HomesMSP Team – SharleneJohnAngela – Twin Cities Mid-Century Modern Realtors

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