Haver Homes popped up across Arizona’s state capital through the middle part of the 20th century – a symbol of Phoenix’s postwar boom. Today, these modernist ranch houses are covetable and this 1949 dwelling has hit the market with a price tag of $1.051m.
Ralph Haver designed the single-storey home during the early part of his career, and it’s part of a 12-property cul-de-sac development by the architect. Spanning 1,906 sq ft, the three-bedroom house has been given a top-to-toe renovation by its furniture-store owner ahead of its sale, completed by Adam McCallum, who has polished its bones as part of a comprehensive remodel.
Floor-to-ceiling windows look onto its 10,659-sq-ft lot, while interior volumes have exaggerated proportions thanks to vaulted ceilings and clerestory windows. In true mcm style, beams are exposed throughout and fresh concrete floors run throughout the living room and kitchen.
‘We kept as many original details as we could—in particular the steel casement windows and period-appropriate design elements such as sconce lighting in the bedrooms,’ owner Joe McCallum told Dwell.