Headed for destruction unless quickly purchased, you can buy one of these livable works of art and keep it from doom.
Alert 1: Are you the ultimate tinkerer? Good with tools? Want a house for $14,000? The Collins Street Lustron in Nashville NC, less than an hour from Raleigh, is owned by the church next door which needs a new parking lot.
This classic 1950’s prefab house will be carted off to the dump within two weeks unless you act now. The demolition contractor hired recently by the church, Lane Johnson, has become a big Lustron fan and has offered a short “stay of execution.” Lane will painstakingly disassemble the modular Lustron (like an erector set) and put it on a truck for $14,000. That’s an entire house, delivered to you, for the cost of a car. He’ll even get you the assembly manual. Bring this bad boy to your backyard! For more information, contact Tobias please.
Alert 2: It takes a special kind of person to design and build their own home from scratch, and [Raleigh] city planner John Voorhees did just that in 1961.
2727 North Mayview is wildly central inside Raleigh, just off Brooks Avenue. You could not get a better location.
The owners have put the property on the market as a lot, which means certain death for this unique Modernist home. I spoke with the listing agent, and no doubt about it, the house needs some work but can be saved by the right person. $269,900. For more information, contact Tobias please.
Alert 3: As reported earlier, News 14 Carolina picked up our national preservation alert for A.G. Odell’s Lassiter House in Charlotte, NC.
Steel beams support the roof and eliminate the need for load-bearing interior walls, thereby enabling large open spaces to predominate throughout the interior.
A particularly ingenious scheme was an arrangement whereby the dining table could be set in the kitchen, complete with food and adornments, and slid through the wall into the dining room. Appeared in Better Homes and Gardens September 1956. Charles McMurray did an addition in the 1970's. Included a saltwater pool at one point. In need of major renovations.
Unless sold, this unique modernist house will be demolished in June. 3 BR, 2.5 baths, $785,000.
Watch the video, and contact Tobias for more information please.
Via Triangle Modernist Houses
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Tobias Kaiser works as an independent real estate broker and consultant in Florida since 1990. Always putting his clients' interest first, he specialises in modern Florida homes and architecture, as well as net leased investments.