The Midwestern is the classic brick ranch home that most people have in mind when they think about Huber homes. If you drive into the southern part of Huber Heights, that’s the home you are most likely to see, with its large picture window on one side of the door, and two horizontal windows tucked under the roof on the other side of the front door. It’s a three bedroom, two bath home but there are two different floor plans- one is a walk-thru model and the other is not. As you can imagine, by now many of these homes have been reconfigured and updated and changed over time to suit the needs of families who have lived in them throughout the years. But this model remains popular and can be a nice floor plan for many buyers. Let’s take a look at why.
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A quick look at some of the best real estate information recently posted from around the web, of interest to Dayton Ohio real estate consumers.
Where would you look? Huber Heights, Kettering, Oakwood, Centerville, Englewood, Beavercreek are some of the best places to look. Dayton, Trotwood, Clayton, Vandalia also have a fair amount of MCM homes. Search the Dayton OH MLS
The Ohio Historic Preservation Office thinks they might be. If you are a long time reader, you probably know that I'm a fan of Mid Century Modern architecture. Even if you aren't a long time reader, the name of the site- The Brick Ranch, could have tipped you off. ...