Coming back into style? The mid century modern appeals to someone who likes clean lines and flat roofs. This house, just a short walk from the view of the Spokane skyline, is appears tiny, but it’s deep. Less room with lower ceilings means less heat, and boy does this city require that in the winter. Behind the house (not very well photographed) is a narrow, but tall red barn. In the wake of larger homes surrounding this one, mixing up the styles definitely keeps this property interesting and has the homeowners personal stamp on it.
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