10 Midcentury Modern Homes You Can Buy Right Now

Candace Ramirez

Unique Homes


This week at Estately, we’re indulging our love of midcentury modern homes. We take our nostalgia seriously, so we wanted do this one right, and that meant setting the mood. So before you begin reading, hit play on this bad boy.


One South Realty Group, LLC

This 1960 time capsule just hit the market in Virginia yesterday. It features original appliances and custom built-ins like the turntable pictured above. See it HERE


S Sharf Realty Inc

This 1961 New York home is a perfect example of how art and architecture can intermix. See it HERE


Matt Cuddy – Century 21

This untouched Massachusetts home is a media darling, appearing everywhere from Boston Magazine, to BuzzFeed, to Good Morning America. See it HERE


The Paul Kaplan Group Inc

This Wexler-style California home offers mountain views and classic Palm Springs style. See it HERE


Realty Executives Tucson Elite

Architect Lester Pritchett designed The House of Angles as his own residence. If that isn’t cool enough, the fact that you’d live on a street called Stardust Circle ought to do the trick. See it HERE


Alain Pinel Realtors

This Allen Walter-designed California home has an 800-square-foot terrazzo-tiled patio. See it HERE


Houlihan Lawrence Inc

This 1955 home embraces Ludwig van der Rohe’s signature style. See it HERE


Cityhome Collective

This home was designed by William Pereira, who also had a hand in designing the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, San Fransisco’s Transamerica Pyramid, and Bob Hope’s Burbank, California residence. See it HERE


Veronika Breer – Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty

Reaching a tiny bit further back, this 1940 home was designed by Walter Gropius, the founder of the Bauhaus School in Germany, and a pioneer of modernist architecture. See it HERE


Virginia Cook, Realtors

Finally, this 1954 Texas time capsule was designed by Gordon Nichols, and contains original cabinetry and vintage pink appliances. Go ahead, add it to your Pinterest board. You know you want to. See it HERE