Bidding for Dazzling View Park Midcentury Starts at $1.1M

By Elijah Chiland

Fronted by tall maple trees, this spectacular midcentury modern home in View Park was built in 1962 and appears to have been lovingly maintained in the years since then.

The house was designed by accomplished residential architect Charles Wong, one of many modernists who incorporated Japanese-style details into the minimalistic post and beam residences popular at the time.

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