Fun Mid-Century Masterpiece in Michigan

House Crazy Sarah loves her a fun mid-century home and she has found a kindred spirit in Flint, Michigan. Meet Heather, a mid-century enthusiast who bought this vintage rancher in December 2019. "My home was custom built in 1947 by Alden Dow. It was featured in Time magazine in 1949. The interior is original to... Continue Reading →

Neil Armtrong’s Former Houston Home Is For Sale

Below is a photo of Neil Armstrong's family in July of 1969 in their mid-century Houston home watching Armstrong on television as he took his historic first steps on the moon. Look at the stress and trepidation on their faces! But it was all for naught because the Apollo 11 astronaut came home alive and... Continue Reading →

The Atomic Toaster in Indiana: A Lustron Home Original

If you are a fan of vintage post-WW2 houses, then you've surely heard of Lustron Homes. Lustrons were manufactured in the late 1940's and early 1950's in a converted airplane factory in Ohio to house the growing number of new families after the GI's returned from war. These prefabricated kit homes are notable for being... Continue Reading →

Pretty In Pink: A Palm Springs Mid-Century Ranch Original

This house is CRAZY cool! House Crazy Sarah laughed out loud when looking through the listing pictures... and you'll see why. This 1964 mid-century rancher is located in Palm Springs' "most desirable neighborhood", according to the listing description. This pink phenomena is listed for $2,995,000. It has 3 bedrooms, and 3 bathrooms in 2,792 square... Continue Reading →

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