I think it’s safe to say that mid-century modern is back in style! I began noticing furniture companies featuring mid-century pieces in their collections, then we started seeing these pieces used to stage any vintage of property and now we’re seeing true mid-century properties come onto the market. Here are few newly listed mid-century properties available in the Bay Area:
1 Miguel Street in San Francisco did a nice job of mixing the new with the old. An updated kitchen and bathroom are featured but the style is kept true to the period. You also can’t beat the beautiful views that are feature through a wall of windows on the main level.
760 Spruce Street in Berkeley has been owned and loved by the same family for five generations. It’s original charm is sure to impress the mid-century enthusiast. With four bedrooms, three bathrooms and 2,635 square feet listed for $1.2 million, it’ll sure catch the eye of the market.
This single-family home at 590 30th Street in San Francisco is in original condition but a perfect blank slate for the next owner. The home itself sits tucked away on a quiet street along the border of Noe Valley and Glen Park, offering sweeping views of downtown San Francisco, the Bay and Bernal Hill all from an over-sized outdoor deck.
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