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Midcentury home with walls of glass asks just $159K

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The 1958 home is located in a suburb of Grand Rapids, Michigan

Interior shot of living room occupying corner of home with sloping, beamed ceiling and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Walls of glass surround the open-plan great room.
Photos by Rian Morgan

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Location: Grandville, Michigan

Price: $159,000

This lovely midcentury home was built in 1958 and is located in Grandville, a suburb of Grand Rapids. A simple but no-less stunning construction combines walls of glass, vaulted ceilings, and an open floor plan to create a sun-drenched pad with a touch of California—in West Michigan.

Although the three-bedroom-one-bath measures just 1,453 square feet, the residence feels more than spacious, thanks to the glazed great room with brick fireplace and a wall of bookshelves that form a unit that separates the living space from the long, largely period kitchen. There’s even space for a dining area and a breakfast nook.

Each of the generously-sized bedrooms also feature sections of floor-to-ceiling windows, which look out onto the property’s compact, but grassy site. Deep roof overhangs provide shade, and a small covered patio is found off the kitchen. Located at 3610 Earle Avenue, the home is offered at $159,000.

Via: Julie Rossio