Baker’s Dozen

The following houses rated highest in our survey of midcentury modern homes in Lawrence. Click images for details. More…

University Place. Architect: George M. Beal, 1951

University Place. Architect: George M. Beal, 1951

West Hills. Architect: Morley & Geraughty, Kansas City, Mo., 1955

West Hills. Architect: Morley & Geraughty, Kansas City, Mo., 1955

Hillcrest. Architect: Mackie & Roarke, Overland Park, Kan., 1958

Hillcrest. Architect: Mackie & Roarke, Overland Park, Kan., 1958

Park Hill. Architect: Warren C. Heylman, 1954

Park Hill. Architect: Warren C. Heylman, 1955

Hillcrest. Architect: Dana N. Dowd, 1958

West Hills. Architect: Robert W. Hess, 1952

West Hills. Architect: George M. Beal, 1937

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Deerfield. Architect: Richard Peters, 1968

Hillcrest. Architect: Robert W. Hess, 1955

Hillcrest. Architect: Robert W. Hess, 1955

Owens Lane. Architect: Tsuruoka, Martin, Melvin & Osborne, Evanston, Ill., 1953

Centennial. Architect: Morley & Geraughty, Kansas City, Mo., 1952

Hillcrest. Architect: Robert W. Hess, 1956

Hillcrest. Architect: Robert W. Hess, 1956

Southwest Lawrence. Architect: James Williams, 1968

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