In East Greenwich, RI, this asymmetrical, modern home from 1972 clearly got the memo on design. Built at the tail end of the midcentury modern era, it has all the expected design details, and a few surprises to boot. Asymmetry is a midcentury modern design staple, and this four-bed, 3.5-bathroom home takes it to another level. And for $599,900, it’s definitely worth a look.
The 3,062-square-foot home spans three floors and has an actual tower. Though it was built in the early 1970s, it was fully renovated in 2004. While retaining the original architecture, the home features lightwood floors and neutral walls throughout, a perfect canvas for putting your own unique spin on the space.
The main living space is large and roomy, with angular walls, tall and slender windows, and a brick fireplace. There’s a spiral staircase, and large windows on the backside of the house look out to a scenic expanse of greenery.
The rooms and spaces in this open floor plan are versatile, so whether you need an office or extra bedroom (or even a man cave), anything is possible. The property includes a detached garage and a structure that could be used as a shed or workshop. With so much space here, having a little of everything isn’t out of the question. Even horses are allowed.
Another standout feature of this property is its sheer amount of land. It 3 acres include fruit trees, cedar trees, and an abundance of gardens, making this property perfect for exploring as well.
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