Ludwig Mies van der Rohe is widely acknowledged as one of the 20th century's greatest architects, and his International style is largely responsible for midcentury modernism as we know it today. Fortunately for the buyer of this iconic 1,400-square-foot abode, both the interiors and exteriors ooze with authentic midcentury design.
Built in 1968, this flat-roofed, glass-filled townhome is located in Detroit's Lafayette Park is surrounded by lush greenery. Conveniently situated just east of downtown, the midcentury home features three bedrooms, one-and-a-half bath, floor-to-ceiling windows, and geothermal heating and cooling to keep your electricity bills down. The historic residence also has a partially finished basement. Scroll ahead for a look inside.
1419 Nicolet Place is currently listed for $325,000 by Ryan Cooley of O’Connor Real Estate. See Mies Detroit for more information on Lafayette Park.
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