Come on in. You surely won’t be disappointed. Mega thanks to reader Susan for spotting today’s mid century marvel time capsule house in Dallas, Texas. The original owner was an architect and builder — and oh my goodness, it shows! 25 specatularicious photos –>
Thanks also to realtors Hewitt & Habgood for permission to feature these fabulous photos. Above: Love how the brick column toward the left transforms to become a planter at the front and even wraps around the L to the right of the door. This architectural design detail appears to be totally cosmetic (although the eaves may have required support) — a wonderful idea to “break up” the long horizontal of the front facade. No, not wonderful: Brilliant.
Hewitt & Habgood’s super nice marketing director Kenton (awesome website, awesome photos, well done, Kenton!) told me that everyone at the agency was in awe of this house, and he got right over to take these photos. Note the awning windows discussed in detail here recently.
Rare, vintage Mid-Century Modern estate on .55 acres in exceptional original condition with great architectural details. Gracious formals & interiors with sophistication indicative of time period. Enjoy expansive picture windows, gorgeous views of grounds, large bedrooms — each with bath access, great vintage kitchen & breakfast, two fireplaces, hidden wet bar, folding walls, separate guest quarters, basement & secret entrance to fourth bedroom-office make this very special home a must see. If you appreciate the quality and details from the 1950’s MCM architecture, you’ll love this home. Original owner was an architect and builder, and current owner has had for 40+ years and maintained and cared for it beautifully. Great oversized vegetable garden for the enthusiast. Don’t miss out on this one!
Lots of photos so here they come, along with more Pammentary:
Super delicious: Gray bathroom with pink tile countertops. I love the sliding cosmetic cabinets under the mirros — and I love how the Hollywood vanity lights are installed upside down from the soffit. Also notice: The decorative screening, instead of a solid wall, between the tub area in the back and this toilet area in the front. I wonder if this is a Jack ‘n Jill bathroom?
Round concrete patio. Great way to break up the sharp edges of the house.
The eaves — if that’s what you call them — fantastic. And here, you can see further detail of the built-in brick planter-to column roof support design at the front. Brick carried to entrance way step.
This house is perfection.
- Listing information for 1950 mid century modern house in Dallas.
- Thanks to Hewitt & Habgood Realty in Dallas.