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According to the listing, this home for sale in Farmington, Mich. is "quite simply the epitome of Mid-Century perfection."

But we don't have to take their word for it - take a tour in the gallery below!

Arthur Beckwith House for Sale in Farmington, Mich.

The home was designed in 1960 by award-winning architect, William Kessler for Arthur Beckwith, his wife, and four children. Arthur Beckwith was involved in the carpet and flooring industry and founder of Beckwith-Evans Carpets.

Arthur Beckwith House For Sale Michigan
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According to Michiganmodern.org, Kessler's design for the Beckwith House was recognized as one of the "Record Houses" of 1961 by Architectural Record magazine, and it was featured in Home and Garden magazine in the early 1990s when it was owned by Bruce Etkin.

The home was registered as a Farmington Hills historic site in 2002.

31765 Franklin Fairway St., Farmington, Mich. On Market for $899K

The five-bedroom, six-bathroom, 3,000 square foot home sits on one acre, overlooking the original lily pond, 30,000-gallon pool, and pool house with half bath.

Arthur Beckwith House For Sale Michigan
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According to the listing, the Mid-century modern "architectural masterpiece" is "tucked away on a quiet tree-lined street."

What definitely stands out are the floor-to-ceiling windows that let in SO MUCH natural  light. Also, the signature sawtooth roof is quite unique.

Those certainly aren't the only interesting features of the Arthur Beckwith House - check out photos of the inside and outside below!

'Mid-Century Perfection': The Arthur Beckwith House in Farmington, Mich., is Up For Sale

A residence designed in 1960 by award-winning architect, William Kessler for carpet industry mogul Arthur Beckwith has hit the market for $899K.

The listing for the Farmington, Michigan, home describes it as an "architectural masterpiece" and "quite simply the epitome of Mid-Century perfection."

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