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Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Portland, Oregon

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Portland, Oregon

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By MidModMichelle Wow y’all, today we have a truly exceptional mid century modern time capsule to check out! I spotted it on the Mid Century Modern Real Estate World Wide Facebook group posted by Sean M. I was instantly smitten and had to share it with y’all! Let’s take a…

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Malibu, California

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Malibu, California

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By MidModMichelle This folks. This is the stuff dreams are made of. I present to you the DeVault Residence by Herbert Kameon- its first time on the market. And it can be yours for a mere $3,195,000! (Brb, gotta grab my checkbook.) I spotted this dreamboat mid-century modern home on…

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Indianapolis, Indiana

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Indianapolis, Indiana

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By MidModMichelle Wow y’all! I somehow missed this mid-century modern architect-designed gem during my real estate searches over the last few months! Gah! So for 4 lonely months this beauty has been languishing on the market unappreciated by my (and probably others) mid-century lovin’ heart(s). But thank my lucky stars…

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Temperance, Michigan

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Temperance, Michigan

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By MidModMichelle Hey folks, hope you’re having a lovely Labor Day weekend! I know everyone’s busy busy this weekend, so I’ll make this short and sweet! Today’s mid-century modern home has great bones, but has been updated some. It would be the perfect home to take back to its mid-century…

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Sacramento, California

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Sacramento, California

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By MidModMichelle Get ready folks, today’s California dream home is going to BLOW. YOUR. MIND. Our friends Shane and Mel from Hepcats Haven are the proud owners of this epic atomic ranch that they lovingly restored to absolute perfection. Sadly they must pass the kitschy torch on due to a…

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Altadena, California

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Altadena, California

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By MidModMichelle Hey folks! I hope everyone is having a lovely weekend and getting excited about the eclipse tomorrow! I’m in Nashville in the path of totality, which is really cool! Anyhoo, today for our viewing pleasure we have a sweet little atomic ranch in California that a friend alerted…

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Willoughby Hills, Ohio

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Willoughby Hills, Ohio

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By MidModMichelle Calling all Frank Lloyd Wright fans, the Louis Penfield House in Ohio has hit the market at a cool 1.3 mill! Thanks to Candace R. at Estately for alerting us! I really wish there were more photos to enjoy in the listing (that were current) even though the…

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Fridley, Minnesota

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Fridley, Minnesota

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By MidModMichelle Hey folks! Well last week sure was exciting! Let’s catch our breath this week with a perfectly adorable mid-century modest sent in by reader Emily M. Flat roof✔️ stacked stone✔️ built-in planter by the door✔️ We’re off to a good start! Hopefully the buyer will love it as…

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Beaver Dam, Wisconsin

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Beaver Dam, Wisconsin

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By MidModMichelle OMG Y’ALLLLLL. This home. Holy.cow. EVERYONE (including me) on the mid-century Facebook groups has been swooning over this home. It was designed by Russell Barr Williamson, a F.L. Wright associate, and it is PERFECT. Like, it makes me want to weep tears of joy just looking at every…

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Clemson, South Carolina

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Clemson, South Carolina

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By MidModMichelle Well hello, we meet again! Today we’re checking out a super swell 1950s atomic ranch sent in by reader Katey G.! I am really loving this one, it just has so much potential to be at the top of its game. I love a good project and I’m…

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