There is something undeniably wonderful about browsing home listings. Combing through all the beautiful midcentury homes for sale is like window shopping—but better. If you’re unfamiliar with this oh-so-wonderful pastime, I’m here to welcome you in. No matter if you’re house hunting or just curious about midcentury homes across the US there is plenty to love.
The only question is, which home will be your favorite?
Roman bath, colorful tile, open floorplan, original charm—this midcentury dream home has it all. The real deal-maker? That. Eichler. Roofline.
Price tag: $2.9M
One look at that kitchen and I’m sold. Does it get any better than sliding pegboard doors?
Price tag: $720,000
An A-frame by the lake, surrounded by trees? Someone please snap this up and invite me to your summer cookout.
Price tag: $1.25M
Live like it’s 1968—in all the best ways possible. As if the view of this home isn’t good enough, just wait until you see the sunroom. It’s perfect for slow mornings spent gazing out at the trees. Did we mention that it’s only had one owner?
Price tag: Contact Lou Zucrano
Stunning curb appeal? Check. Architectural pedigree? Check (it’s a Rummer). Great detials? Check.
Price tag: $429,000
The Southwest has its own take on Midcentury Modern homes, and this stunning Dallas gem is a prime example.
Price tag: $465,000
Move to the land of the Magic Kingdom, where this 19556 charmer is waiting to knock your socks off. No really, look at the living room and tell me you’re not in love.
Price tag: $359,800
If you’re looking for a home with great bones, a holiday-ready fireplace and an original stove—it’s in Music City.
Price tag: $289,000
This 1954 home is so sweet that it should come as no surprise that it sports a pink bathroom.
Price tag: $220,000
It doesn’t get any better than this, so the best has been saved for last.
Frank Llyod Wright. Need I say more?
Price tag: $1.5M