This Granville Midcentury Gem Is A Total Time Capsule
I know that modern homes are all the rage, but there’s something to be said for a beautiful, untouched property.
There are some houses that instantly transport you back in time because they’ve been so well-maintained, and that’s exactly what this Granville beauty does. Built in 1948, the home was heavily influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright. It’s full of inviting open spaces, carefully crafted built-ins, slate floors, and all of the midcentury luxuries you don’t come across in homes today.
This beautiful time capsule sits on 4.28 acres in pastoral Granville and features 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and 2,778 square feet. If you’ve been searching for a home full of character and original charm, search no more. The property is listed for $435,000. Let’s take a closer look.
They say not to judge a book by its cover, but you can tell just by looking that this house is something special.
They don’t make foyers like this anymore. The wood, the slate, it’s a midcentury dream.
Why did they stop making homes with so much storage? Seriously. Whoever thought, “let’s take out all of the built-ins” should be ashamed.
This kitchen is a blast from the past. Just look at that oven.
Mint condition, y’all.
The master suite is looking pretty in pink.
And of course the closet has to match.
This home has been so beautifully maintained, it genuinely feels like stepping back to the 1950s.
The wallpaper matches the window treatments. It doesn’t get much better than that.
If you get sick of the amazing interior, head out and enjoy the acreage. But I seriously doubt you’d ever tire of this house. It’s perfection.
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