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Mid-Century Modern Homes For Sale in Indianapolis

It's been another really fun few weeks to be a lover of all things Mid-Century Modern. From the Evans Woolen events to some terrific new listings, there's lots to see.

As always, if you or someone you know is interested in seeing one of these homes in person, please call me directly at 317-413-8501 or shoot me an email at joe@macduffrealty.com

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835 W. 53rd St, Indianapolis, IN 46208

Looking for something more unique than you've been seeing? This is it! Mid-century Modern 3BR/2BA Home w/Sophisticated Open Flr Pln*Step-down Family Rm Makes a Great Getaway*Living Rm Features Vaulted Clg & Dbl-sided Frplc*Dining Rm Open to Kitchen & Conveniently Located off the Living Rm*Spacious Kitchen Boasts Lots of Storage Space*Mstr Suite w/Private Full Bath*Two Spacious Guest Bdrms*Guest Full Bath w/Custom Tile*Hrdwds*Private Back Deck w/Pergola - Perfect for Entertaining or Just Relaxing From Meridian St, go west on Westfield Blvd to 53rd St. Turn right to go over bridge & follow to house on left.

OFF THE MARKET. DID NOT SELL.

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6105 Shawnee Tr., Indianapolis, IN 46220 $399,900 PRICE REDUCED TO $375,000

Amazing 1951 Evans Woollen original mid-century modern home nestled into the most stunning back drop in the city.1.45 acre parcel is an oasis w/sweeping forest views & shaded tree canopy above.Full 2-stry expanse of glass blurs the line btwn indoor & outdoor living.Home is in pristine, original condition, & features:Terrazzo floors,block walls,gallery overlooking living space w/original spiral stair, raised ceilings & flr to clg glass walls. MSTR wing w/rec rm below, also designed by Woollen. East on 62nd St from Binford Blvd to Rucker Road. South to Orchard Hill. East on Orchard Hill to Shawnee Trail, to home.

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