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Introduction to Mid Century Modern Homes in Tampa
With clean lines and minimalist style points, the Mid Century Modern style is oftentimes just as popular today as it was more than a half century ago. Made famous by the likes of architects including Frank Lloyd Wright and Joseph Eichler, the style has been repeated time and time again, including in the Tampa area.
While some buyers in Tampa are searching for brand new construction, there’s something to be said about finding a vintage home for sale in the area that truly defines the history of Tampa. Several Mid Century Modern homes still stand today as a testament to their appeal in certain Tampa neighborhoods.
Mid Century Modern Architecture: A Brief Overview
A true Mid Century Modern home is known for its simplistic design points, with open space and oftentimes a courtyard. Extremely popular from around the 1940s to the 1960s, and even beyond, homes of this style generally come with symmetrical windows and flat planes. While they typically aren’t that large in terms of square footage alone, a Mid Century Modern oftentimes feels much larger on the inside, thanks to its open and spacious design, and generally its oversized windows.
Mid Century Modern architecture seems almost futuristic, with contemporary features and a high degree of functionality. You won’t find much ornamentation and you won’t find much wasted space with a Mid Century Modern. Instead, you’ll find the adoration of fans for this type of architecture, which is often highly sought after in cities such as Tampa.
The Mid Century Modern Real Estate Market in Tampa
In Tampa, it’s sometimes possible to find a true Mid Century Modern home on the market. The most highly desirable are oftentimes the homes that are well kept and have been updated, yet still reflect some of the original style points that have made them so popular for decades. There are also, sometimes, some more affordable homes that date back to the time period, but are, perhaps, in need of some updates to bring them back to life.
It’s possible, too, to find some new and newer construction homes in Tampa that capitalize on evoking some of the same style points as their original Mid Century Modern counterparts. With all of these options in check, it’s likely buyers interested in Mid Century Modern homes will come across a variety of price points, while still staying somewhat true to some of the original appeal of a Mid Century Modern.
Popular Neighborhoods in Tampa With Mid Century Modern Homes
Many of the neighborhoods with Mid Century Modern homes in Tampa tend to be especially popular, including some in South Tampa. Ballast Point is a good place to find homes of this type close to the water. Another option in South Tampa is Beach Park, which is one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods. You can also try taking your home search to Sunset Park or even Old Seminole Heights and Temple Terrace.
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