This historic mid-century home in Ann Arbor just hit the market — let’s take a tour

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Designed by architect William Muschenheim for his family in 1954, this airy mid-century three-level concrete and steel frame home landed itself on the National Register of Historic Places in 2016 and is now on the market for $919,000. The unique block-style exterior features a pop of color and plenty of windows, features that carry through to the home's interior allowing ample light to fill the high-ceilinged living area, including three bedrooms, three baths, and a kitchen that boasts built-in wooden cabinetry for maximum storage. Spanning 3,283 square feet, the home is filled with exciting architectural details, inspired by the architect's European training, heeding the belief of Le Corbusier: “The purpose of architecture is to move us.”

Photos from Realtor.com. The home is represented by  Rachel Leah Mills with The Promanas Group.