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Renovated midcentury modern with new guest suite asks $1.1M

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Located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina

A ranch home with a two-story second addition sits behind trees and a driveway. Photos by ModHomes Realty

Love seeing how midcentury homes are renovated with more modern updates? Check out this five-bedroom, four-bath home in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Originally constructed in 1966, the ranch home sat empty for decades before owners hired local architect Jay Fulkerson to do multiple renovations.

One renovation added a two-story addition with office, bathroom, porch, and bedroom, a garage, and a roof deck while maintaining the home’s natural light and indoor-outdoor living. The home’s original footprint features a living room with 10-foot, tongue-in-groove cypress ceilings and redwood cross beams. A wall of windows and sliding glass doors accesses a courtyard with koi pond and play area, and the living room also opens up to the kitchen, dining, area, and family room.

The kitchen features custom cabinetry, an oversized island, and a 12-foot skylight. Other perks in the home include plentiful storage, a 500-bottle wine cellar, and a screened in porch. Outside, a 500-square-foot rooftop deck offers room for entertaining and large garden beds. Interested? 412 Caswell Road is on the market now for $1,100,000.

A living room has a fireplace, exposed beams, and a seating area.
The home’s original footprint includes a spacious living room with tongue-in-groove cypress ceilings and redwood cross beams.
A kitchen features wood cabinets, a large island, and four bar stools.
A light-filled kitchen comes with custom cabinetry and an oversized island.
A master bedroom has a large bed, art above it, and one wall of windows that looks out to the yard.
The master suite boasts walls of glass with access to the central courtyard and koi pond.
A renovation added a glass faced corridor that connects to the main house and features 25 feet of custom built-in storage cabinets.
A teak dining table and chairs sits in a screened-in porch.
A recent addition added a screened-in porch that leads out to a large rooftop patio.
Outdoor chairs and lounge furniture sits on a rooftop patio next to a teal house.
A rooftop patio includes plenty of space for relaxing.