Inverness Mid-Century Homes For Sale

Find up-to-date Inverness modern properties for sale and more Inverness real estate below! Inverness is inland from the Pacific Ocean and just off of the Tomales Bay and Point Reyes Coastline. It is the ultimate rural retreat for San Francisco Bay Area modernist. There are a number of custom homes within Inverness that have a very Bauhaus-inspired vibe about them which should not be overlooked by anyone looking for a modern or mid-century modern home in Western Marin. Searching for further information on architecturally unique houses on the market in Inverness, California? Arrange for a private modern home tour by contacting your Inverness real estate experts today. Read more about Inverness modern homes.

Modern Real Estate For Sale in Inverness, CA

Inverness Modern Real Estate Statistics October 21, 2021
1
Listed
1
Avg. DOM
$1,938.92
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$4,000,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
4
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
2,063
Sq.Ft.
1940
Year Built
2
Days on Site
321100415
MLS
Live surrounded by nature & roughhewn wood accents in this breathtaking art piece residence remodeled head to toe by notable design-builder. On 2.8 view acres, w/ 2 separate parcels, the 4 bd with 3....

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Inverness Modern Real Estate Market

One of the original modern homes in Inverness is a custom property designed by Jack Hillmer. Built for a West Marin artist, this home consists of 3 hexagons that are joined to create different living spaces. The home has a double height living room, which is grand to say the least and captures the true beauty of the rich environment surrounding the residence.

A more recently designed Inverness home was created by Swatt Architects. This property was developed with five floor levels that integrate with the hillside on which it is built. The middle level is a public entry and serves as a central spine that joins the public and private spaces of the home. Strategically placed skylights bring radiance to the home. The design of this home is also sensitive to the environment and most rooms open to expansive views of the Tomales Bay or private hillside gardens.

If you are more into city living but need a place to think and be at one with nature, Inverness real estate might be the perfect choice for a Bay Area vacation home. You can find modern day masterpieces from firms like JSWD Architects and Jon Fernandez Architecture that capture the true vibe of this remote and beautiful area or, since there is still land to be had in Inverness, you can create you own Zen oasis or green home. Don't, however, be surprised if you suddenly have friends from the city coming out of the woodwork to hang out at your seashore oasis, making that Zen thing an inspiration rather than a reality!

Inverness Modern Real Estate Agents

Considering the purchase of a modernist property in Inverness? Allow our team of real estate professionals to guide you through the purchase of your new Inverness modern home or the sale of your current one-of-a-kind property. As local real estate agents, we have insider knowledge of the dynamics unique to the Inverness mid-century housing market. We're here to work with you today!

Contact Bay Area Modern to get more information about buyer or seller representation. Getting involved in the Inverness modern housing market? Connect with us to see your Inverness unique property evaluation instantly!

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