1936 Modernistic – Muncie, IN

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3100 W University Ave, Muncie, IN 47304

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  • $219,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 4514 Sq Ft
  • 0.57 Ac.
Stately Brick Home On A Double Corner Lot Overlooking A Small Park Close To Bsu And Hospital. Elegant Two Story Entry W/Original Chandelier. Main Floor Features A Large Sun Room, Nice Sized Living Room, Den/Office, Formal Dining, Powder Room, Kitchen, And Bedroom W/Attached Bath. Second Floor Had Two Bedrooms Which Share A Bath Plus The Master W/Ensuite Bath And Access To The Rooftop Deck. The Basement Has Game Room, Large Utility Room, Half Bath And Numerous Storage Areas.
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Annette Caldwell, Re/Max Ability Plus
(317) 843-0011
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  1. says: 4 comments

    Beautiful Art Deco house….please don’t sell it to a someone that will gut it!!!!

    • Angie says: 1 comments

      My husband and I toured this house a few years ago when it was for sale. But the relative of the owner decided to not sell and fix it. Had slot of damage in side. But beautiful even with damage. We wanted this house so much. But I have now moved to Florida. Who ever buys please keep the beauty and it’s old charm.

    • Hi Folks!

      My husband and I bought the house in 2018. We are both historians and plan to spend our time restoring the house! It needs A LOT of work and it will probably take us 20 years (unless we win the lottery, lol), but we are all about restoration, NO changes. Of all things that need to be fixed, the landscaping has been just completely ignored. I want to dress the grand old lady in finery again! I will try to keep you all updated.

      • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11832 comments

        1901 Folk Victorian
        Chestatee, GA

        Congratulations! I’m glad you won’t be doing serious updates, thank you!

      • GMH777GMH777 says: 11 comments

        I don’t know what it is about this home, but I am captivated by it. It’s totally different from any home I’ve ever owned, but I push aside the Colonials, the Victorian painted ladies, the Craftsman and so many, many more, as I come to this page and scrutinize every picture over & over again. In fact, I have taken a few of the pictures of the home and digitally enhanced them with very satisfying results. I would love to see any work that has been done on the house. I’m so glad someone with a heart and vision for the home purchased it, preserving a true treasure, and with so few modernistic, streamlined homes in existence in the US, the significance and preservation of this home grows more essential each day.
        PLEASE show us your progress at your earliest possible convenience. Thank you gigantically and in advance for sharing.

  2. Marlene Townsend says: 16 comments

    Shut up and take my money! I adore this house ?

  3. CharlestonJohn says: 1126 comments

    Gorgeous example of the Art Moderne style. I love the mix of houses you’ve been posting lately.

    • RosewaterRosewater says: 6545 comments
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      1875 Italianate cottage
      Noblesville, IN

      True that John. Most of these houses don’t really work functionally, but this one sure as ____ does – and with verve to spare! Wow. My only question is – w h a t is this doing in Muncie??? This is not your average Art / Hollywood Moderne house, and I would suspect either a designer / architect or designer and architect conceived it. It is very high style; nothing plain Jane here. It’s a miracle it hasn’t been drastically altered over the years. I have never seen exactly that sort of enameled steel cabinetry before, and it is SMOKIN HOT! Jeez. This house needs a devotee or it’s DOOMED!

      PERFECT place for my all-time favorite, (aesthetically), range, the 1936 Magic Chef 1400, “Mrs. Moderne”;



      • Keith W says: 9 comments

        Muncie was the home of the Ball Corporation and now Ball State University, Home may have been one of the movers and shakers of business from around town.

        • RosewaterRosewater says: 6545 comments
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          1875 Italianate cottage
          Noblesville, IN

          That was my thought too, but was waiting for Jim to find definitive info. if available

        • Mark E. Campbell says: 5 comments

          I grew up in the shadow of this house. I’m 51, and always remember the house being painted bright white with no other colors. I’m not sure how such an Art Deco house SHOULD be painted, but bright white doesn’t suit it, because the brick detailing is hidden. An “old woman” lived there all during my youth. She rarely left the house, and rarely had maintenance done on it! My parents said that she had no money left. I’m glad it survived her neglect.

          • Lori Hughes says: 114 comments

            I would paint the house in nautical hues. Aqua teal dark navy accents.
            It reminds me of an oceanliner! I just love it! I bet it once was on many acres alone. The rear steps had to of gone out to gardens I’m sure. The front entrance should be a semi-circle driveway, again with acreage and gardens. I’m glad there is a park out front at least.

          • Kieran McCarty says: 8 comments

            All White is typical for many, many streamline moderne houses like this. Any accents should, as Lori Hughes suggested, be nautical — navy blue, not aqua or teal (unless you’re in Miami).

            • Susie Burns says: 3 comments

              It was the Show Home at the 1936 World’s Fair in NYC. ARCHITECTURALLY IMPORTANT HOME!!! The original house was painted white…as it is now and should be left that way!!

      • CharlestonJohn says: 1126 comments

        I wonder what the Muncie neighbors thought when they first saw this bit of 1930’s Hollywood glamour constructed among their Colonial and Tudor Revival homes. I just noticed the rare unoffensive front elevation garage door, perfect for the Delahaye 135 I’d need to go along with the style.

        I did stumble across this 1927 beauty just up the street when looking around the neighborhood… http://cms.bsu.edu/academics/centersandinstitutes/virginiaballcenter/ourhouse/historicimages

      • Miss-Apple37 says: 1170 comments

        the enamel cabinetry and picture windows with thin muntins remind me of Lustron homes (that came later, different style, different time, more modest size and use).

      • barb picon says: 26 comments

        what rosewater said.

      • Susie Burns says: 3 comments

        It was the Show Home at the 1936 World’s Fair in NYC. ARCHITECTURALLY IMPORTANT HOME!!!

      • Dail01Dail01 says: 3 comments

        If I had my way I would put on my silk lounge Pajamas and join my husband in his smoking jacket for a Dubonnet in the bar! What an amazing gem in a time warp! This home has lovely flow and breathtaking high design -a dream house in every sense of the word❤️

      • I own the house now and I am a professional historian, so I have put together a lot of history on the place. The house was built by T.G. Wilkinson who handled investments for the Ball Brothers (as in canning jars). They were some of the only people to have money in the Depression. Wilkinson and his wife wanted to make a fabulous statement. I am pretty sure that the reason virtually all of the house is in its original state is because of how it was built: it’s made of poured concrete, steel beams, cinder block, with a brick facade AND plaster walls! The place is a fortress and we have already found out just how hard it is to get in to the walls. My guess is that no one wanted the huge expense to change anything!

        • BethsterBethster says: 889 comments
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          1927 Spanish Revival
          Richmond, VA

          Best wishes to you as you take it on!

        • clasyklclasykl says: 49 comments

          To gloriana1603, My name is Phillip and I have a 6 1/2 page history of the home written 3-12-1984 by Richard and Melinda Douglass who lived in the house in the 80’s. Most of the history that they wrote comes from the Wilkinson daughter by phone as she lived in CO. They, the Douglass’s remodeled the kitchen during the time they lived there but used the original cabinets and re-configured them in their remodel. I was interested in the property in 2010. I talked to Mr. Douglass and he sent me the history they wrote. I’m sure you’d be interested in it, if you don’t already have it. A student at Ball State also did a paper about the house and I think you can find the paper on-line from Ball State.

          There was an identical house…but a little larger…built in Richmond, VA, but it’s been replaced by a McMansion. (The Wilkinson’s were originally from Richmond) If you’d like me to send the history to you, my e-mail (I hope putting my e-mail here is not against the guidelines) is clasyk@yahoo.com

          • BethsterBethster says: 889 comments
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            1927 Spanish Revival
            Richmond, VA

            Clayskl, I’m from Richmond and am moving back there soon. Do you know where the house was located? Are there any photos online that you know of?

            • clasyklclasykl says: 49 comments

              Hi Bethster, The address is 8855 River Road, Richmond, VA. As I said, it’s gone. You can see what is there via Google Earth. There are 3 photos of the Richmond house, and for gloriana1603, many photos of exterior and interior of Wilkinson House taken in 1936 plus later photos after it was sandblasted…worst thing you can do to a brick house, in my opinion. All this info is from Drawings and Documents Archive, College of Architecture and Planning, Ball State University and the document is titled: Selected Images Concerning The Career of Leslie F Ayres. Pages 17 to 23 has the info on Wilkinson House and three photos of Richmond house, AKA Jones House, (page 22) with a drawing of Jones’ Richmond House on page 23.

              • BethsterBethster says: 889 comments
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                1927 Spanish Revival
                Richmond, VA

                Thanks for the info, Claskyl. I can see what’s there now on Google Maps. 🙁 I’m surprised it was out on River Road. That was practically in the country back then. (I was imagining it being in North Side, since so many houses of that era are there.)

                • clasyklclasykl says: 49 comments

                  When I looked up the Richmond address in circa 2010. the current house was under construction. The circular drive was a part of the Jones house, not the new house. I just went to Google Earth again and clicked on the 1994 date and I got a fuzzy aerial view but you can see the outline of the Jones house and see the circular drive. Apparently, what the Wilkinson’s wanted was a traditional colonial pillared home as you’d find in the south. I’m sure that’s why there are 2-story columns holding up the porch…that was Ayres colonial rendition. My first thought when seeing the Muncie home, was that it was a transitional design. Now that I know what they wanted, the columns make sense. I’ve never seen an art moderne (aka streamline moderne) home with 2-story columns before.

  4. I am in love! That kitchen! *swoons*

  5. StevenFStevenF says: 826 comments
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    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    This is amazing. It looks like something from 1930’s California and deserves to be in a cocktail table book for architecture and design. Nothing too terrible has been done to the interior so I hope nobody destroys it. The curved door leading into the built-in cocktail bar in the dining room is a cool touch. When I was a kid growing up in the 70s, mid-size cities like Muncie still had the economic power to create unique/glamorous homes like these. Not anymore. It’s all about huge cities now, which is shame, because something cool has been lost.

  6. Bethany Otto says: 3494 comments

    What a great Hollywood looking house! And all that glamour in Muncie, Indiana!

  7. Joe says: 754 comments

    I like it! I would have guessed the location as Hollywood, but am glad to see that good design has been used all over the country. Hope that it goes to someone who appreciates the period details.

  8. RossRoss says: 2468 comments
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    1894 QueenAnneFreeClassic
    Emporia, KS

    I think of this house style as Regency Moderne.

    Totally fabulous. I would LOVE to get my hands on a house like this, reverently restore it, and fill it with Regency Moderne furnishings.

    • Robertcn says: 67 comments

      My friend and I call it Hollywood Regency. Fabulous house.

      • RosewaterRosewater says: 6545 comments
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        1875 Italianate cottage
        Noblesville, IN

        I never have understood the meaning behind the term “Hollywood Regency”. What exactly was Hollywood regent of; and who was the incapacitated monarch – Oxnard? 😉

    • Donald C. Carleton, Jr. says: 264 comments

      I like the “Regency Moderne” call…excellent!

      Can’t you just seem William Powell and Myrna Loy drinking way too many martinis there? I’d be there right with them!

      Indeed, that Chinese-Chippendale-via-Art-Moderne stair railing treatment makes me feel as though I already am…

  9. robinjn says: 254 comments

    I would change nothing about this house. Nothing. Okay, maybe the one ceiling fan that doesn’t really fit with the rest of the decor. But kudos to the current owners for beautifully enhancing the line and sweep of the architecture.

    • RosewaterRosewater says: 6545 comments
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      1875 Italianate cottage
      Noblesville, IN

      Too right. They certainly do clearly appreciate the uniqueness of their home, and have mostly, beautifully enhanced it with their personal style.

  10. Cora says: 2058 comments

    How posh! Mah-velous! *spoken in the voice of Mrs. Howell on Gilligan’s Island*

    If I owned this, I would always feel underdressed at home. It’s completely stunning.

    • Teri W says: 136 comments

      Right?!? You can’t just wear old sweatpants around this house. Fine silk loungewear and fancy robes and slippers. I’d have to buy a new wardrobe to live in this house. But I’d consider it! I like it.

  11. EricHtownEricHtown says: 395 comments

    Is this Joan Crawford’s house? It’s totally stunning. Not my style but it’s great!

  12. Lydia says: 5 comments

    What an amazing job of bringing a home up to current standards of comfort and livability while preserving and displaying vintage style! Impeccable!

  13. Mary Jo says: 15 comments

    This house is stunning! I love the art deco throughout. I hope whoever buys this gem will appreciate the style and not change a thing.

  14. Jeff Myers says: 71 comments

    This house belongs on the National Register. Almost none of these remain in such intact condition.

  15. Elizabeth Webby says: 54 comments

    I can just see some fabulous Gatsby-esque party taking place here. Oh how I love it.

  16. JimHJimH says: 5120 comments
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    The house was designed for investor Theodore Wilkinson by architect Leslie F. Ayres (1906-1952). Ayres worked as an architectural renderer (his pencil and watercolor work is wonderful), and built a good practice in Indianapolis before his early death. The interiors of the house in 1936 are amazing!

  17. JullesJulles says: 534 comments
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    You know an OHDreamer when they see a house and begin to squeal. This house had me squealing and doing the dance! Holy canoli, this house is a national treasure. Did you see that light fixture and stair railing and the front facade!!! Have you ever seen a front door like that? Y’all might think Hollywood but that steel front railing makes me see Miami.

  18. Linda R says: 218 comments

    In picture 9, is that tower thing a sculpture, or a permanent part of the house?
    Super coolest house ever! Here in Boulder County, you could add at least a million dollars to the price, and it would sell in a week.

  19. says: 16 comments

    Definitely dated in style, but truly an awesome, well kept and decorated house, move in ready. I normally not attracted to houses like this, but it is tastefully decorated. Very artsy-mod!

  20. Keith W says: 9 comments

    this was the designer of the property, Info from person that lived in Muncie, Just read the sidebar as it is for a local paper article available for purchase.

  21. DianeEG says: 557 comments

    Hope one of OHD historians finds out the history of this home. Everything was meant to wow the guest. What a privilege to own such a home. Muncie isn’t the middle of a corn field; it’s a great town, university and area (although I might be a little partial to my home state.)

  22. Pookha says: 139 comments

    This is fabulous!

    Isn’t it interesting where Moderne homes show up? There is one, not nearly as grand, in Muskogee, OK.

    Hoping there is a buyer who “gets it”.

  23. StevenFStevenF says: 826 comments
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    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    I found a few Flickr pictures pre renovation. The lower kitchen cabinets were black and the room with the fish scale louvered blinds was originally a porch. I’d roll both back. Lastly, the sculpture on the lighted column at the top of the stairs was added by the current owners. An easy fix.


  24. Pam Klocek says: 11 comments

    I am a hot mess for Art Deco!!! Please please new owner-do not touch!!

  25. Leanne Potts says: 46 comments

    I wonder who built a Hollywood house in Indiana?

  26. Colleen J says: 1168 comments

    Very different with some cool history I’m sure. Not for me, but I can see why you all love it.

  27. Keely says: 1 comments

    The dining room reminds me of the dining room scene in Beetlejuice

  28. Harleysmom says: 116 comments

    Used to drive by this house when I lived in Muncie while getting my MS in Historic Preservation at BSU. Always loved it. Lot’s of amazing homes in Muncie although it was rather depressed when I lived there, no idea what it’s like now.

    • VictoriaRuta says: 2 comments

      HI! When did you live there? How depressed was the town? I really love the house and would not live there myself so I need to know these things. Its only one hour and 15 min from Indianapolis so that seems like a reasonable commute for someone? Or even (gasp) students?

      • Harleysmom says: 116 comments

        It was in the early 90’s so it was awhile ago, so I’m not that familiar with what it’s like now. I commute about over an hour and half everyday (each way) into the San Francisco Bay area which can be very tiring but the traffic is pretty bad so I guess it’s really a matter of what you can put up with. Weather would be more of a consideration in IN than here. I love the Indianapolis area and am considering retiring there someday.

  29. Leila... says: 23 comments

    I am in love with this house…

  30. Jacob beck says: 1 comments

    Don’t forget that Ball State University has a top rated architecture program and that Borg Warner Gear, Ball Corp, and a few dozen other manufacturers had a massive presence there at one time. I’m sure a forward thinking industrialist built this home.

  31. Joseph says: 21 comments

    Reminds me of the movie “Mr & Mrs. Bridge” when they go to the party at a modernist house.

    Is Muncie depressed, or just a reasonably priced place to live? The neighborhood seems very nice, and the proximity to hospital would make it seem attractive to professional people employed there.

  32. Rick C says: 16 comments

    Truly an awesome find and at an incredible price. I’ve really never seen anything quite like it. I just wish it was located somewhere in the south. . .

  33. Georgia Girl says: 65 comments

    This house is stunning! Hollywood heaven. All that’s missing is the white baby grand and Jean Harlow.

  34. says: 4 comments

    I have found my dream home! It gave me heart palpitations–where’s the smelling salts?

  35. MaggieMayMaggieMay says: 28 comments
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    1945 Craftsman
    Athens, TN

    I absolutely love this house!!! I don’t know much about Muncie, IN but if I could buy this house, it would be heaven to me!!!

  36. carson says: 5 comments

    I cannot believe the price for this house. This would sell for at least a million (most likely more) in my neck of the woods. What an amazing home!

  37. Angela Hall says: 1 comments

    David Letterman’s College Town!
    It is beautifully designed and would love to see more American Art Deco Homes.
    thank you so much for posting!

  38. Carolyn E. says: 65 comments

    I am thoroughly in love with this house! However, in my humble opinion, the bedroom with the white bed and light walls, could be larger. I also wondered where is the mirror for the Dressing Table in the bathroom? There’s that huge circular window there instead!

  39. Laurie W. says: 1747 comments

    This is one of the — if not THE — most fabulous houses you’ve ever provided us, Kelly! What a tour de force. I’m grateful to everyone who dug out photos & info on it too — enjoyed it all. There’s nothing about it not to love, especially as originally built & furnished — the light-as-air iron railing in front is simply perfect, as is the screening of the front door, not to mention my most favorite chandelier of my life in the front hall! It is astonishing that a house this unique has gone through 80 years and a foreclosure auction & retained as much of its originality as it has; what’s been removed could fairly easily be replaced if it is lucky enough to receive the history-loving owners it deserves. Kudos to the present occupants for loving it!

  40. Nicki says: 2 comments

    This is a house Hercule Poirot would love! Have you ever watched a Poirot mystery on Public TV or BBC? This is exactly the type of Art Deco house they show! I love it, I wish I could move to Muncie!

    • Gemma says: 112 comments

      YES! I was about to post, “Queue the Poirot theme!” There…just said it. Love the kitchen, but the vanity truly charmed me.

  41. Blonde John says: 1 comments

    This house is fabulous! Best I have seen in a long time!

  42. SueSue says: 1130 comments
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    1802 Cape

    This house would require me to buy a vintage chiffon robe trimmed in marabou and slippers to match.

  43. Bethster says: 889 comments

    It’s absolutely gorgeous outside. My favorite room inside is the kitchen. I’m wild about the curved cabinets!

  44. Eric says: 2 comments

    This is the most beautiful home I have ever seen, I would love to buy it exactly as it is furnished as it is.

  45. Lee Duke and Robert Hall says: 1 comments

    STUNNING!! simply STUNNING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    worth moving to Indiana for.
    thank you!

  46. RosewaterRosewater says: 6545 comments
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    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    Isn’t it “Daughter of George” who is specifically looking for one of these houses? Yo D.o.G. where R ya?

    This one too, posted by Cora in last week’s share (= super fun!):


    • Daughter of GeorgeDaughter of George says: 1017 comments
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      1905 Neoclassic & 1937 Deco

      Hello dear Rosewater, and thank you for thinking of me!

      I have actually been in a swoon since I clicked onto OHD for my daily fix, and saw this beauty!

      My second thought (the first of course being that this is one of the most beautiful modernes ever) — was that I had seen the house before. (In photos.)

      And indeed, I had been in touch with the owner about Art Deco architecture a couple years ago. Not sure if he is still the current owner, but I received a swift, courteous and helpful reply to my email.

      This is indeed a wonderful house!

  47. Bernd says: 46 comments

    Wow, just wow!

  48. SadieSadie says: 48 comments
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    Fantastic. Though I am not a fan of modern this one is the exception. So many intriguing features. WOW!!!

  49. James Sholly says: 1 comments

    It looks beautiful! If anyone is interested — there are vintage images of the house and lots of information about the architect Leslie Ayres here: http://www.commercialarticle.com/product/commercial-article-05-leslie-ayres

  50. MonChiChiPox says: 209 comments

    I think I saw Joan Crawford’s shadow in the kitchen.

  51. Indymom12Indymom12 says: 173 comments
    1937 Victorian Cottage
    Aurora, IN

    Fabulous house! It makes me want a cigarette and I don’t even smoke. So sorry our Modernistic house in Lawrenceburg got torn down to make way for yet another strip mall that never got built……….Hope the new owners keep it in such fantastic shape as the current owners have.

  52. peeweebcpeeweebc says: 1068 comments
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    1885 Italianate.

    I am not into modern-anything but this home blows my mind ~ and that price? can that be correct ? Beautiful piece of architecture!

  53. JullesJulles says: 534 comments
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    Can anyone tell me what the difference is between Hollywood Regency and Streamline Moderne is please?

    • RosewaterRosewater says: 6545 comments
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      1875 Italianate cottage
      Noblesville, IN

      Julles, I Googled Streamline Moderne and the short form def. was helpful. I wasn’t entirely aware of the subtle differences either. That contrasted with the specific example of “Regency / Hollywood Moderne Jim provided in reply to me above might do the trick. I’d say the house Cora posted, (also linked above), would fit the def. of “streamlined”. Cheers!

  54. David G says: 7 comments

    I saw this place and instantly thought of Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot because 75% of the houses on that show were of this style. Just stunning!!

  55. says: 197 comments

    well taken care of, felt like steppin bk in time to the roaring 30s, ha

  56. kenneth Lee Benjamin says: 57 comments

    Good idea to paint this to bring out it true style.I might have to go and see this one myself,reminds me of my childhood homes on Miami Beach and I guess Muncie might make a good town to live in.Love that Kitchen and the bar,stairs,lighting just about everything!!

  57. TGrantTGrant says: 849 comments
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    New Orleans, LA

    This is house heaven. I think I’ve found my retirement home!

  58. gerry s says: 26 comments

    This house knocked my socks off !! Perfect !! Just needs a small swimming pool at the bottom of those back stairs !

  59. IngajaneIngajane says: 24 comments

    Going on my favorites list for sure. This house is a stunner.

  60. Jason B says: 197 comments

    Well. One set of neighbors wasn’t impressed. It literally is within a rock throw of the Kitselman mansion. I work at BSU. This is still a decent neighborhood for Muncie.

  61. Glen says: 69 comments

    This house is AMAZING, need a cpl of beach towels to catch the drool. Wish i could pick it up and move it here to SLC.

  62. K9Dog says: 25 comments

    Wonderful house! So playful. Like out of an Hercule Poirot mystery episode. This should be on the National Historic Register of Historic Places for its architectural uniqueness. Don’t change a thing please and hire a preservation architect for any renovations!

  63. Scully63 says: 50 comments

    That is just gorgeous. I’m happy in my craftsman, but this house is amazing.

  64. Denise Brown says: 8 comments

    The Vitrolite tile in the bathroom is fantastic!! Wonder if (given the time frame of the house) if this was in the kitchen as well.

  65. John Sullivan says: 1 comments

    That would make me consider moving to Muncie! Love the looks!

  66. Emily says: 1 comments

    My mom grew up in this house. And my aunt went on a date with David Letterman. He picked her up here.

    • Bethster says: 889 comments

      Wow! It’s so cool when people with personal connections to the homes post here. Do you have any stories from your mom about the house? (Or from your aunt about Dave? 😀 )

  67. binghammarine says: 1 comments

    I was told that this house was sold ,is that true

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