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Modernist masterpiece with architectural pedigree wants $475K

Designed by Evans Woollen III in the late ’50s

A flat-roofed structure with brick-and-timber walls, glass expanses, with a large lawn in front and trees in the background.
The Evans Woollen home is back on the market after nearly two decades.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Indianapolis, Indiana

Price: $475,000

Another Evans Woollen-designed midcentury modern home has come on the market in Indianapolis, Indiana, after nearly two decades, and it’s delightful. Originally built in 1959, it has been impeccably maintained with a few updates since then, with many incredible details intact.

Measuring 2,404 square feet, the three-bed-three-bath boasts a plethora of modern elements that still feel fresh today. The flat-roofed structure incorporates brick-and-timber walls, impressive glass expanses, gorgeous woodwork and built-in storage, terrazzo floors, and a soaring, beamed ceiling.

Clerestory windows allow even more natural light to flood into the space, where an open-plan living and dining room anchor the space along with a timber fireplace.

There’s also a wonderful “lightly refreshed” vintage kitchen with linoleum tiling and what appears to be original cabinetry. The bedrooms and one of the bathrooms have undergone a bit more renovation, while another bathroom features period tiling.

The best part of the home, is, of course, the seamless indoor-outdoor connection by way of sliding glass doors and the natural setting beyond the stone patio. Located at 250 Williams Drive on over half an acre, it’s offered at $475,000.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty