It perhaps needs a touch of modernisation in some places, but this 1950s George Brigham-designed midcentury modern property in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA is still a stylish and well-preserved property.
It dates back to 1956 and was likely to have been quite a groundbreaking build for the area at the time. It’s still distinctive now, not least with that wonderful curved reception space, with floor to ceiling glazing to bring the outside space in.
It isn’t the only selling point. Check out the flagstone fireplace, the wood beamed ceilings and of course, the large open spaces. Great design means this place is every bit the contemporary home almost 60 years on.
The internal space covers 2,002 sq. ft. (on a plot covering 10,018 sq. ft.), with three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms listed. But that’s likely to be the tip of the iceberg, with all of that reception space.
You’ll get a better idea checking out the images of this place to see what you actually get. If it’s what you are looking for, the agent has this on the market for $598,000, which we reckon is around £360,500.