Midwest real estate round-up | November 4, 2018

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On the cul-de-sac in Adrian, Michigan
4 bed / 3 bath

For sale for the first time from its original owners, this multi-level home was designed in 1959 by Alden B. Dow. It features built-ins in nearly every room and looks practically untouched since the day it was built.

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Big bargain in Terre Haute, Indiana
3 bed / 1 bath

This home has a pending offer but I’m including it anyway because it’s only $60,000 and I’m in love with its potential. This place is located in my hometown and I used to drive by it all the time and heart eyes over how it looked from the road so now I’m 100% mad that I didn’t see this listing sooner.

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Dog in the pool in Galion, Ohio
4 bed / 3 bath

Flipping through the photos for this house I thought I saw an alligator in the pool but turns out it’s just a golden retriever and all is well at this gorgeous home. A few odd bathroom update choices but floor-to-ceiling windows, exposed brick, and a built-in planter on the staircase help it pass the test for this very professional and expertly curated list.

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Cabin in the woods in Whitewater, Wisconsin
3 bed / 2 bath

Please run as fast as you can to buy this oddly shaped house on almost 20 acres in Wisconsin and then invite me over after you move in. I had the hardest time choosing an interior photo because each one of them is so perfect and I mean it, even the bedroom/office with plaid carpet.

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Carl Fischer designed in Petersburg, Illinois
3 bed / 3 bath

This modern home sits on nearly three acres and apparently has 2 microwaves !OK! The master tub is surrounded by a round glass block wall and the kitchen has bamboo cabinets while the photo of the office looks like it came from an episode of Forensic Files.

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Over $1 million in Ann Arbor, Michigan
5 bed / 4 bath

Right next door to the Frank Lloyd Wright Palmer House, this home, designed by Alfred Browning Parker, is almost unbelievable. Perfectly built into the natural terrain, the home is full of intricate shapes and angles and is a true marvel. Definitely worth flipping every single one of the 61 listing photos.


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