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Airy midcentury bungalow asks $265K in Arizona

It was built in 1958 by local architect Phil Clovicko for himself

Exterior shot of low, flat-roofed home with sliding glass doors.
The architect lived in the home for half a century.
Photos via Habitation Realty

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Location: Tucson, Arizona

Price: $264,800

A charming midcentury modern house has come on the market in Tucson in a little enclave off the Campbell Corridor. Built in 1958 by local architect Phil Clovicko, who built it for himself, the three-bedroom has since been refreshed but still retains many period details.

Featuring a low profile, flat roof, clean lines, and open spaces, the bungalow unfurls over 1,913 square feet of open-plan living and incorporates exposed-beam ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, white brick walls, and polished concrete floors.

An open kitchen with retro appliances flows into a living and dining area with sliding glass doors, off which is a family room that also offers ample glazing. There are exposed brick walls in the spacious bedrooms, in the massive master bath, and elsewhere throughout the house.

Clerestory windows and gently sloping ceilings imbue the residence with even more light and a sense of breeziness. Located at 2615 North Willow Avenue, it’s offered at $264,800.

Via: Habitation Realty