A Modernist Steal of a Deal: Mies-Designed Townhome in a Detroit National Landmark

A Modernist Steal of a Deal: Mies-Designed Townhome in a Detroit National Landmark

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Tara Bellucci
Oct 12, 2016
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Mies van der Rohe's Lafayette Park in Detroit was designated a National Landmark just last year, and now you can own a piece of it for $349,000.

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Built in 1959, Lafayette Park stands the test of time and still looks modern today. This 1,400 square-foot, three bedroom, 1.5 bathroom townhome has floor-to-ceiling windows and an exposed staircase.

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The listing notes that new floors were put in and the kitchen was renovated in 2013, but everything else appears as Mies himself designed it.

It's available for $349,000, though there are others in Lafayette Park for as low as $326,900.

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