Midwest-ish real estate round-up | January 31, 2019
Norman Grider designed home in Piggott, AR
4 bed / 3 bath
Interesting home designed by architect Norman Grider and built by JR Wiley in 1963. Thankfully, most original built-ins remain, including a two piece sofa in the main living space, bookshelves in almost all the rooms, and full wall storage in the bedrooms.
Colorful bathrooms in Seneca, SC
3 bed / 3 bath
Designed by Architect Robert H. Longstreet in 1951, this fun South Carolina home is moody and bright in all the right places, with all original bathrooms to boot.
The Bernard Rabold House in Newton, NC
4 bed / 4 bath
Designed by Aiji Tashiro (originally a landscape architect) and sitting on nearly 3 acres, this North Carolina home is perfectly situated amongst nature and mature landscaping; it even has the original 1957-built greenhouse still on the property.
Needs some love in Greenville, MS
5 bed / 5 bath
Sold as is, this huge lake house has great bones but needs some help. It includes great space for entertaining outdoors, a massive living space, and an indoor pool but please hurry and fix the giant crack in the chimney before further damage is done. 😬
Former nunnery in Rushville, IN
8 bed / 2 bath
This home has the most beautiful tile work on the front porch plus all a ton of intricate and original woodwork inside & I’m officially in love with it. It definitely needs some work and it’s most likely haunted but who cares, it’s so charming.