I bookmarked this place yesterday, but later noticed someone on the MCM Real Estate Group on Facebook saying it may already be under offer. Just in case it is still available, we’ll still flag up this wonderful 1950s midcentury modern property in Michigan City, Indiana, USA. Read more
If you happen to be looking for a location for a US movie or period drama set in the middle of the 20th century, you probably want to jump onto four-bedroom 1950s midcentury modern property in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. It just happens to be for sale.
It’s an amazing place, both inside and out. From the outside, its curved shape, sloping roof and distinctive windows will certainly grab your attention. Walk inside and you really are stepping back in time.
I honestly don’t know where to start. Room dividers, curved fireplaces, light fittings, the bar (and accessories), the cupboards, the kitchen, the bathrooms, the old TV. We could go on and on. Some of it you might want to keep, other bits less so. But there are so many original features here, a period renovation is crying out.
This 1956 build has four bedrooms in their own wing, as well as a family room and living room with floor to ceiling windows, a fairly large kitchen, a large formal dining room and much more over the 3,600 sq. ft. Looks to be a good amount of outside space too, with a plot covering 1.6q acres.
Fancy it? The price is $374,900, which we make at around £229,000.
Some of you might recall the stunning Otto F. Seeler house and movie location in Miami that we featured last year. It was a stunner and hugely expensive. Fast forward to 2013 and this 1950s Otto F. Seeler-designed midcentury modern property in South Bend, Indiana, USA is up for sale – and it’s certainly not an expensive property. Read more