North Carolina’s brilliant mid-century Modernist houses are livable works of art that starting in the 1980s were torn down – largely because buyers, sellers, and realtors don’t realize the importance and history of these houses and their architects. The best moment to preserve a Modernist house is when it goes vacant – to assure a caring owner or renter as soon as possible. Otherwise, extended vacancy often leads to teardown.  Since 2008, we’ve helped over 400 Modernist houses change hands in North Carolina. You can make the difference between dream home and destruction.

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