This $499k mid-century home in Grand Blanc was made without right angles — let’s take a tour

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What has 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, retractable walls, countless conversation nooks, access to a private lake, a shit ton of wood, and, per the listing, a complete lack of pesky right angles? That would be this insanely kooky and totally stunning Frank Lloyd Wright-style home in Grand Blanc, which just hit the market for $499,000.

This mid-century Cantilever-constructed home erected in 1956 sits on Lake Helene and occupies a whopping 4,131 square feet of angular and airy living space. Floor to ceiling windows amplify the home's unique construction and offer views of the private lake. Other features include a bedroom with a retractable wall to make one really big bedroom or additional private living space, solid wood built-ins throughout, three full baths each with original tiling (we're partial to the pink bathroom with seagull tiles, though the pink-tiled underwater one is pretty great, too), and a kitchen with ample storage space and a totally weird Nutone Food Center which is built-into the counter and comes with retro meat grinding attachments.As for the outside of the home, which is just as unique as its interior, there's a walk-out basement with a contemporary rock garden, and two stone patios near the lakeshore, one with a firepit. So, when do we move in?

This home is listed by Coti Brown of Realtor for a Cause, powered by eXp Realty Michigan.