Modernist architecture fans better move fast. A rare Mies van der Rohe courtyard unit has hit the market asking just $599,000. Naturally, there is a downside: the home is in Detroit.
The 1,450-square-foot, three-bedroom, two-bath courtyard unit comes with a renovated kitchen with new appliances, retrofitted thermopane windows, parquet flooring and a finished basement that has an additional bedroom, according to Curbed.
It’s located at 1320 Joliet Place and listed by O’Connor Realty.
Outside the home, there is a walled patio with a perennial garden, a small pond and patio lights.
But another potential downside is that HOA fees are $718 per month. Still, anywhere else and this place would cost a small fortune. Maybe.
[Curbed] –Christopher Cameron