Cole House / Tim Seibert

It needs some work to bring it back to its best, but this 1960s Tim Seibert-designed midcentury modern property in Nokomis, Florida is still a stunning build.

A bay-fronted property that is on the market for the first time, this place was designed by Tim Seibert, a member of the Sarasota School of Architecture, back in 1965. As a structure, things haven’t changed too much since, with the bold design, open spaces and walls of glass still a contemporary proposition today.

More images on the listing, with an asking price of $1,985,000, which is around £1,157,090 at today’s rates — via WowHaus

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