“Mid-Century Modern?” Or Just “Mid-Century?”

The “You Know it When You See it” Test While it’s true that every Mid-Century Modern home was built in the 1950’s (or thereabouts), it’s decidedly NOT the case that every home built in the 1950’s is a “Mid-Century Modern.” In fact, in real life, very few are. On MLS, for every home that I...
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Tudor Pros (Mostly) and Cons

Tudors aren’t everyone’s cup of tea. The knocks? For starters, at least in the Twin Cities, many Tudors date to the 1920’s and 1930’s. Translation: even if they’re in magnificent condition . . . they’re old. Such Tudors often have formal (vs. open concept) floor plans typical of that era, and — unless their original...
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