A photographic tour of Mid-Century Modern Indianapolis.
Atomic Indy has gained national readership. Reoccurring question echoes. "Indianapolis has Mid-century Modern homes?" Question inevitably asked with a tone of disbelief or shock. Reply is simple. "Yes. Beautiful ones." This post tributes Indy's MCMs. The ones lurking outside the boundaries of my neighborhood. Let's take a ride.
Prior to tour starting must pause. Quick moment to thank fellow appreciator of Indy's MCM treasures. Cheers to Paul - known on Lotta Living Forums as, MCMLII. Many of the images were provided by him. His work can be seen on Flickr.
First stop. Paul's house. Resides in Noblesville.
Williams Creek area. Close acquaintance lives here. Former Herman Miller showroom designer.
Meridian Hills Area.
Greenwood. Home is occupied by law office. Unfortunately falling into disrepair.
Avriel Shull designed home. Interior is fantastic. Owner occasionally spotted in online communities. If you're out there let me know.
Friend lives here. Passionate MCM renovator.
Corridor full of MCMs exists between College and Binford east/west, and 64th and 46th north south. Majority of images below were taken in said corridor.
Red house over yonder. Almost bought this. Shady lease arrangement with current tenant led us to move on. Hope this one survives.
Currently on market. $165,000.
This is only a sampling. Many remain un-photographed. If you know any point me their way.
If you're looking for a Mid-Century Modern home for sale in Indianapolis call Joe Shoemaker. He gets it. Currently several available. Three affordable ones are detailed here.
As for our project. Things have slowed slightly. Office hours have been long. Holiday preparations have been consuming. More progress soon. Have a few surprises for you...
Posted by Baz Mcm at 8:26 PM