This sleek New Orleans rarity hit the market in September with a $1,029,000 asking price, and sold last week for $915,000. Built in 1963 by local contractor David Kraus, the split-level three-bedroom, four-bath Lakeshore-ish home has stayed in his family until now. According to City Biz, the new owner is an Uptowner who was looking for more space (check! There's almost 5,000-square feet of total living space) and a pool (bonus: there's also a two-bedroom, one-bath pool house).
Feeling envious and pining for a mid-century modern marvel of your own? This Lake Terrace mid-century modern home is still on the market, now at $595,000 after a $30,000 pricechop. There is a sale pending on the former home of beloved architect and Superdome-designer Nathaniel "Buster" Curtis, but one can still dream, right?
· Another mid-century modern home hits the market [Curbed NOLA]
· Commission Accomplished: Notable NOLA area home sales [City Biz]
· On the market: Mid-century modern home lists for $625,000 [Curbed NOLA]
· On the market: Superdome designer's home lists for $1,096,000 [Curbed NOLA]