Modernist homes, whether original mid-century architecture or contemporary nods to the past, are gemstones that rarely enter the market. When they do so, they are snapped up.
The kitchen says it all in this spectacular 4 bedroom home. Built in 1975, the home’s cathedral ceilings promote the flow of air and light, while the slate flooring is common to many mid-century homes that can be found in the surrounding north-eastern suburbs of Melbourne.
Built in 1996, this is a relatively contemporary home with nods to the modernist period throughout. With 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, the property boasts not only incredible architecture but a prime position in Hobart and some of the most prized views in the country.
Built in 1970, this is Australian mid-century architecture at its best. Designed by Walter P. Pollock, the home has recently undergone renovations while retaining its modernist charm throughout. ‘Dream home’ is the only phrase that comes to mind here.