Do you recognize this home? We’ll excuse any double-takes, as we have to admit that this particular Cliff May is a far cry from its original paint job. Clad in very trendy black paint, this Casa View Cliff May has been on a couple of times before

Cathy and Darren Lee rehabbed this property and listed it a year ago for a then-record-setting price of $310,000 — quite a sum for Casa View Oaks. The couple did a complete, floor-to-ceiling remodel of this property, resulting in a spacious midcentury modern that retains some of the trademark Cliff May aesthetics with crisp and clean finish-out and a beautiful backyard.

This time, however, 2620 Andrea Lane has undergone a wonderful transformation thanks to its current owners, who are quite bereaved about selling this home. And the new selling price of $345,000 shows the wheels-off appreciation of these classic California midcentury designs. 


7147 Alexander Front

A lot of the midcentury modern homes on the market in Dallas are either a handyman special or move-in ready. Rarely do you find a superb, spacious California-style midcentury that only needs a little TLC, or one that has such a perfect layout on just one story. Or one that combines style, location, and architecture all in one.

But this listing from David Griffin Realtor David Collier is like a checklist for the midcentury mindset. And it just hit the market this week, with more than 4,300 square feet, priced under a million, and it’s just a stone’s throw from White Rock Lake. If you’re already in love, best call Lisa Peters at Caliber Home Loans so you can get pre-approved and ready to put in your highest and best offer today, because a deal like this one won’t last long.