We know what you're thinking: when will this mid-century modern mania end? Well, frankly, we hope it never ends, especially in cases like this authentic mid-century home that has been both meticulously maintained and thoughtfully updated leaving plenty of room for personalization. (For starters, we might want to consider repainting the home's two-way fireplace something other than a bright green, but that's the beauty of individuality, baby. It's subjective.) Anyway, built in 1967, this home in Williamston sits on the twelfth fairway of the Berkshire Golf Course with views of the Red Cedar River. With 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms sprawled throughout the custom raised ranch's open and airy 3,660 square feet, the home also offers vaulted ceilings, a hearth room with built-ins, and three original George Nelson bubble lantern fixtures.
This home is listed by Tomas Brown of Coldwell Banker and The Lynne VanDeventer Team.