San Diego Mid-Century Architecture has become increasingly popular in recent years. That is especially true for highly original properties. Quintessential examples of mid-century style are also increasingly hard to find. Many mid-century homes have been altered or completely remodeled, rarely with an eye toward keeping their original details intact. The clean, simple lines of mid-century San Diego homes can be found in most neighborhoods here.
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San Diego Mid-Century Architecture – Homes for Sale
San Diego Mid-Century Architecture is most commonly found in the neighborhoods built up in, you guessed it, mid-20th century. That happens to apply to much of San Diego. Areas like Clairemont, Bay Park, and Serra Mesa have a high percentage of mid-century examples. One need only look at the latest issue of Dwell Magazine to realize how much interest there is in mid-century architecture. It is uniquely common and exceptional at the same time. Most of the mid-century homes are ranch-style and typically are designed on a single level. Single-level living is particularly sought after in San Diego. This is in part due to the very direct indoor/outdoor connection single-level affords, but also due to the very practical nature of living in a single-level home.
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