A San Antonio architect is selling this crazy Mid-Century Modern hideaway 

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San Antonio architect Tom Lamb has put a stunning Mid-Century Modern home on the market for roughly $1.2 million, and it's easy to see why the property appealed to someone with an interest in design.

The seven-bedroom, four-bath Olmos Park property was built in 1945 and features all the hallmarks of that stylistic era, from clean lines and dramatic angles to large windows intended to bring in natural light.

Wooden roof beams run through the high-ceilinged living area, replete with skylights and a loft. The floors are cherry wood, and the sizable open kitchen includes a massive range and rounded, multi-level counters. An elegant, partially covered breezeway and sitting area connects the main house with a two-story casita.

The address of Lamb's architecture firm is listed as the same as the house, and come to think of it, if we lived in a place this stylish, we'd probably work from home too.

This home is listed by Scott Malouff with Keller Williams Heritage.

All photos and listing info via Realtor.com.
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