Midwest-ish real estate round-up | April 11, 2019

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Split garages in Elkhart, IN
4 bed / 3 bath

Sits on almost 2.5 acres with exposed beams, some original looking carpet in a few of the bedrooms and interesting garage layouts (one on each end?). Super cute original built-in between kitchen and dining but could use some updates to make the space more open and inviting.

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Mid-century deal in Hobart, IN
2 bed / 1.5 bath

Smaller home but the open-concept floor plan makes the living area feel nice and large. Wood paneling in both bedrooms as well as most other rooms, and has a gorgeous sun room with a cedar ceiling.

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Oh okay, interesting in Camdenton, MO
4 bed / 1 bath

This listing comes with a warning: DO NOT go out on the deck! Sounds like this place needs some serious work but looks to have a great location and sits on 1.5 acres. Likely being sold with the intention to break up the lot for developers but someone should give this house a little love!

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Secluded on 5 acres in Oklahoma City, OK
3 bed / 3 bath

So many lovely details in this home; from the massive front door to the parquet floors and glass wall with fireplace. Added bonus that it sits on 5 acres and seems to have a massive garage/workshop space as well.

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Wood & brick galore in Wheaton, IL
2 bed / 1 bath

One of 22 homes built in south Wheaton by architect Edward Dart and developer Graeme Stewart. I am blown away by this place! What looks like a fairly typical mid-century home from the outside is 10X on the inside. Every single photo is worth flipping through.


Artist’s oasis in Columbus, OH
5 bed / 2 bath

Nearly untouched for the last 70 years, this home and artist’s studio sits on nearly 7 wooded acres. The property is recommended for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places based on the architectural style and history of the original owner's artistic community. Both buildings need a lot of love (hello water damage) but there’s so much potential with this place!


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Real estateClara Doti