A midcentury modern house with strong Mad Men-era vibes is on the market in San Antonio, Texas. Designed by architect Jean Edens in the early 1960s, the stately 2,513-square-foot rambler presides over a one-acre lot with a hefty box construction characterized by stone walls, an inviting port-cochere, and a protruding gable roof from the otherwise flat topper.
The interiors are open and bright, with gleaming terrazzo floors, rich wood paneling on the walls, stained glass details, and a vaulted kitchen and dining area. And though there’s certainly an office vibe to it all (perhaps it’s those shiny floors), that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Think of it as a spacious blank slate, if you will.
With three bedrooms (one with access to a patio), three baths, three baths, and a mother-in-law suite with a kitchen and second entrance that could be converted into a fourth bedroom, there’s plenty of space for a growing family and even a home office. Not to mention the huge backyard. Located inside Loop 410 at 462 Pike Road, it’s offered at $430,000.