When one moves from a big city (San Francisco) to a mountain town (Ogden), you might understand how they could come to appreciate the architectural style that celebrates the ideals of the change they've just made.
As avid fans of mid-century architecture, we're always on board for just that sort of celebration.
Naturally, this original mid-century home on the east bench of Ogden was well worth a peek and right up our COLLECTIVE alley. Think: floor-to-ceiling windows accompanied by tongue-and-groove ceiling, and myriad features indicative of all the charm of the era. Natural wood and stone are used perfectly throughout, but we're also smitten by the functionality and attention to detail found in the various textures and finishes of the space. Our favorite part of any well-built mid-mod, though, is always the connection to the outside, and this home is no exception to the rule, as the living space flows beautifully from interior to exterior. Add to that some perfect views from either the roomy (and host-friendly) deck or the walkout basement, and the fact that it's all just a short walk from the tails? Well, we'd say this was a treat to see and and definitely worth sharing.