We love ogling midcentury homes, and the latest to cross our desk is a three-bedroom, three-bathroom house in St. Louis, Missouri. Built in 1952 by architect Harry Hammerman as his personal residence, the house, which was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008, was recently renovated and expanded to preserve its integrity and many of its original details.
Measuring 2,633 square feet, the home features a classic midcentury roofline and facade of brick, glass, and wood. Inside, the living room boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, clerestory windows, and soaring vaulted and beamed ceilings. New walnut flooring adds warmth, as does a wood-burning fireplace.
Newer additions include an oversized three-car garage and a kitchen with granite counters, backsplash windows, and a Bertazzoni gas stove. The master bedroom suite also has gorgeous beamed ceilings and a luxury bath with soaking tub, walk-in shower, and dual sinks. Love what you see? 219 Graybridge Road is on the market now for $999,000.