Vancouver Modern Homes for Sale

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Latest Modern Real Estate Listings

Modern Home Statistics November 30, 2020
2
Listed
226
Avg. DOM
$274.88
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$979,000
Med. List Price
2 Properties
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About Vancouver Mid-Century & Modern Homes

Mid-century homes have large open floor plans, minimalist interior design, windows on every wall, and slanting roofs to a carport or garage. Windows are generally floor-to-ceiling, allowing a good deal of natural light to illuminate the home. Natural elements, like wood support beams, hardwood floors, and natural stone fireplaces, are incorporated into the overall aesthetic.

Mid-century minimalist design continues to be a timeless and unique attraction for today's home buyers. It is no wonder that when such homes become available in the Vancouver market, they do not last long.

Modern Architecture

Mid-century design came into being after World War II. It is heavily influenced by a group of European designers who taught at educational institutions such as the Harvard Graduate School of Design.

Modern homes embraced the burgeoning prosperity that many homeowners were experiencing in the Postwar period following WWII. Modern Mid-Century homes had no ornamentation, metal windows, and flat roofs. Homes were built with spaces for television sets. Hardwood floors provided a surface for entertaining and dancing.

The majority of mid-century homes were built from the mid-1940s to the early-70s. It seemed like every American had a nine-inch screen for the new soap operas in the 1960s. Open floor plans were perfect for hosting parties where friends and colleagues could come together.

The terms of "mid-century modern homes" and "modern homes" are often used interchangeably, though the former generally applies to homes built between 1945 and 1973. Many new construction modern homes incorporate design elements of historic mid-century construction.

Always find the latest Vancouver Modern properties; the listings on this page are updated several times per day (about every 15 minutes) from the largest regional real estate data provider, the RMLS.

Each listing includes the price, year built, size of the house (square feet), size of the lot, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, and other important interior and exterior features. You’ll also be able to check the MLS number, see how many days it has been on the market (DOM), and the current status (active or pending). Neighborhood details will be included along with a map, nearby schools, local amenities, and similar homes for sale.

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