A couple months ago, we showed you a Mies van der Rohe townhouse that looked to be trapped in time. It definitely needed some work and its sparse furnishings were reminiscent of when it was built.
It even had some of its original appliances (whether that’s a good thing remains undetermined).
It certainly looked like a blank canvas for its new buyers. The three bedroom, one and a half bath townhouse listed in June for $315,000 and recently sold for $337,000.
The Mies townhouses, and Lafayette Park in general, have been faring well this year on the market. Many have sold for above or at listing price. Location? Community? Aesthetic? Price? What do you think, Curbed readers? Here’s one last look at this midcentury modern blank canvas property.
- Midcentury Modern Mies van der Rohe Townhouse Needs Work, Asks $315K [Curbed Detroit]
- Mies van der Rohe Townhouses: How Much They Sold For This Year [Curbed Detroit]