We’re back in the land of stunning period property with the 1950s Bruce Walker-designed midcentury modern Ferris House in Spokane, Washington state, USA. It’s on the market right now.
This is, pretty much, midcentury modern in a nutshell. Built in 1954, it is described as one of the most significant architectural designs constructed in Spokane, reflecting both the Harvard Graduate School of Design where Bruce Walker was educated and the influence of Southern California designers such as Craig Ellwood, Gregory Ain, Raphael Soriano and Charles Eames.
Best of all though is the authenticity of this place. It looks largely unchanged over the decades with some amazing period features. Everything from the coloured panels outside the property through to the fitted furnishings and quirky ornamental pieces inside. That could be because this place has never previously been offered for sale.
It sits on a one acre site, with this post and beam build offering some wonderful open plan living spaces within and as we mentioned previously, a plethora of period furnishings. Loving that fireplace in particular, along with the room dividers and metallic decorative pieces that hover inside. There are also three bedrooms and three bathrooms within 2,842 sq. ft. of living space.
Check out all those images to get the lowdown on this place. It really is stunning. If you want it, the price is $997,000, which works out at £650,995.