Four Marvelous Mid-Century Homes For Sale in South Florida


These Corcoran listings prove you don't need
two floors to take inspired living to the next level.

Like so many styles before it, mid-century modern architecture has transcended its moment. Decades later, people still clamor for those clean lines, coveted open floor plans, and sweeping natural light — not to mention the indoor-outdoor bridge it provides.

These mid-mods embody the timeless appeal of the Sunshine State, and they’re all on the market now:

A vibrant orange front door is the perfect introduction to this c.1949 West Palm Beach abode, nestled in the nationally recognized Prospect Park-Southland Park Historic District. Eye-catching architectural details include crown moldings, arched entryways, and built-in shelving. The home still sports original floors crafted from Dade County Pine, the desirable hardwood in these parts. Meal prep is a cinch in the updated kitchen, with its modern appliances and ample counter space. Discover a personal oasis in the backyard, claiming a permaculture food forest among its lush greenery. There’s also an outdoor shower and room to put in a pool if desired.

Represented By: Beth Mendillo of Corcoran’s Palm Beach Office.

Built in 1955, this pastel-hued charmer captures all the draws of the historic Flamingo Park section of West Palm Beach. Outside, a serene coconut tree, clusia hedge, sea grape, and frangipani tree grove encloses the backyard and swimming pool. The mid-century flair inside is alive and thriving, be it the home chef-ready industrial-style kitchen, the lustrous terrazzo and white oak floors, or the front door’s porthole. All three bedrooms provide ample space for private relaxation, and all three bathrooms are skylit. Depending on needs, an extra room connected to the back patio can serve as a fourth bedroom, a home office, or a gym. 

Represented By: Don Todorich and Tida Sroivattana of Corcoran’s Palm Beach Office.

Porcelain tiles are the bedrock on which this three-bed in the Miami Shores section of Miami is built. Not just because porcelain is the flooring of choice in the c.1951 residence but because this home feels elegant and refined from the ground up. Light enters from all angles and graces every last corner thanks to plentiful windows and an open-plan configuration. That setup also allows easy movement between rooms, fostering an overall space ready-made for hosting and entertaining — no matter the reason or the season. Beyond the house’s bounds, the Biscayne Bayfront and Miami Shores golfing are all close at hand.

Represented By: Anat Perets and Nir Perets of Corcoran’s Surfside/Bal Harbour Office.

Miami Shores truly knows how to meld mid-century allure with today’s conveniences. There are charms for days beneath the tiled roof of this c.1952 classic, from the living room’s decorative fireplace to a positively spacious kitchen to a dining room that can handle all manners of meals. A pleasant airiness also pervades, thanks to natural light gliding across rooms on an expansive floor plan. The undeniable appeal extends outside, too, where a brick back patio is entirely suited for casual coffee, al fresco dinners, or quiet afternoons spent reading. Along with three beds and three baths, a bonus room has the flexibility to serve any number of functions.

Represented By: Anat Perets and Nir Perets of Corcoran’s Surfside/Bal Harbour Office.

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