Block Party: Mods on the Market

Cantilevered decks, clerestory windows, exposed staircases, and wooded lots: These homes are an encyclopedia of Mid-Century design.
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4086 Egbert Ave., Clifton, $695,000
This 1960 Carl Strauss—with its cantilevered deck, exposed spiral staircase, and walls of windows—is like a grown up tree house, with renovations loyal to its design.

4086 Egbert Ave., Clifton
4086 Egbert Ave., Clifton

Photograph courtesy Comey & Shepherd Realtors

 

351 Fleming Rd., Wyoming, $214,900
It has all the hallmarks of mid-century design: wood, brick, and clerestory windows to allow lots of light. Bathrooms have original sink vanities and tile. Plus: almost everything is on one level.

351 Fleming Rd., Wyoming
351 Fleming Rd., Wyoming

Photograph courtesy RealLink Real Estate

851 Cascade Rd., Forest Park, $109,900
This tri-level home has cathedral ceilings and a finished lower level that walks out to a wooded backyard—and proves that mid-century design is available at every price point.

851 Cascade Rd., Forest Park
851 Cascade Rd., Forest Park

Photograph courtesy Jon Weeks Team, Keller Williams/Associate Partners

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