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For Sale: Last November we first featured this classic three bedroom mid-century home designed by Edward Durell Stone in Larchmont, NY. It’s still on the market. Is there no one in Westchester looking for mid-century perfection?
The David S. Ingalls Rink at Yale University in New Haven, CT, was designed by Eero Saarinen in 1953.
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Posted in News On the market, major houses by Eisenman, Kahn, and Venturi have uncertain futures.
Modernism lives in Wilton, CT. One of our TriMoCa followers sent us this stunning international style mid-century home in Wilton, CT. This three bedroom home was built in 1969 and features a lovely combination of curves and plains. Priced at an apparently reasonable $889,000.
For Sale: This unusual four bedroom 1956 mid-century modern home features something you don’t find often in Scarsdale, an indoor garden, complete with tree and pond. This funky find also does not come cheap, priced at $929,000.
Art & Architecture Building, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 1958-63
Reblogged from Fuck Yeah Brutalism
For Sale: Modernism lives in Westchester.
Designed and built in 1961 by the architect, Wilson Enrique Garces, a student of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe at the Illinois Institute of Technology’s School of Architecture in Chicago. This post and beam, split 3 level, mid-century modern home brilliantly portrays Mies’ less is more” philosophy. Mature landscaping and lush bamboo creates a sense of woodland oasis. A real gem hidden in Westchester. A must see for contemporary lovers. Priced at $799,000
For Sale: One of our readers sent us this handsome Philetus Holt designed midcentury home in Princeton, NJ. Mr. Holt has worked in the Princeton area for over 40 years and has designed a number of important homes. This house is on the market at $875k. This 3 bedroom home features open spaces brightened by tall sheets of glass. Vaulted ceilings and multiple exposures in the adjoining formal rooms further the airy concept, while a fireplace provides a grounding element.
For Sale: Roy S. Johnson designed a number of modern homes in the tri-state area and we’ve featured other examples in the past on trimoca. This Johnson designed 4 bedroom home in Greenwich, CT, is somewhat less dramatic then the other homes we’ve seen, but it still has many of the triangular angles Johnson often employed and a terrific (terrific) spiral staircase. There is also a funky open fire pit in the kitchen that we would love to check out in person. Priced at a pricey $2.1 million.
For Sale in Philly: Louis Kahn’s iconic Esherick House is still for sale, after failing to sell at auction in 2008. This fabulous one bedroom home is one of Kahn’s most important works. We’ve visited it in the past and it is a magical home. Own a piece of architectural history for only $1.1 million.
For Sale: Here’s a rare find. This handsome mid-century 3 bedroom in Morristown, NJ is on the market for a very modest $368,000. Built in 1950 and designed by noted architects Abraham Geller and George Nemeny, this open and light filled home is ready for its next owners. It’s also a steal, as modern homes under $500k are a rare find, indeed. Enjoy.
For Sale: Mid-century modern lives in Long Island, NY. This 4 bedroom home in Lloyd Neck is for sale and it’s quite a looker. Built in 1956, this home takes full advantage of its great location on Lloyd Harbor.
There’s also an open house this weekend. Check it out, because once you go mid-century you never go back.
For Sale: Richard Meier designed homes are a rare find and this is a fine one indeed. Renovated in 2008, this modern estate in Mount Kisco features six bedroom, expansive living spaces, and a wickedly nice pool. Priced at a pricey $4.5 million but you knew that when we said Richard Meier.
For Sale: Our fiends at PrarieMod.com found this great looking three bedroom Usonian home for sale in Clinton, NJ. Apparently built in 1971 and clearly inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright, this three bedroom mid-century is handsome and uber affordable. Think of it as our black Friday special. Enjoy.