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Stylish midcentury designed by Cliff May asks $479K

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The private courtyard looks perfect for summer

Photos by Atom Stevens, courtesy of Adrian Kinney

We can’t get enough of all things midcentury modern here at Curbed, whether it’s a stunning house or high-design furniture. And the latest midcentury listing to catch our eye is this three-bedroom, two-bath home built in 1956 in the Harvey Park neighborhood of Denver, Colorado.

The home was designed by the iconic architect Cliff May, known to many as the father of the California ranch. Harvey Park is a unique neighborhood in the Mile High City; it’s home to 170 tract homes designed by May, and this 1,247-square-foot house boasts many of the architect’s trademark features.

Despite its modest size, the house features glass gables, oak flooring, and walls of windows with an open-concept living room, dining room, and kitchen. The kitchen has received a modern update with frameless cabinets, quartz countertops, and stainless-steel appliances, as has the brick gas fireplace.

The bathrooms and bedrooms are compact, but where the listing really shines—as do most Cliff May homes—is the private courtyard. Sliding glass doors open to the 6,000-square-foot backyard, and the patio makes for an ideal outdoor entertaining space.

Love what you see? 2350 South Osceola Street is on the market now for $479,000.

A modern fireplace compliments the living room’s glass windows.
The open-concept kitchen looks out onto the dining room and living room.
Midcentury-inspired light fixtures add style.
The bedrooms are modestly sized but airy.
Clerestory windows let in plenty of light.
The spacious outdoor patio looks perfect for entertaining.