Date a Modernist: pics, analysis and answer
First, I will say that my initial impression was 1960-65-ish but heavily renovated. Heavily renovated but unchanged. So, no attempt to make it look like a time capsule with pink text patterned tile bathrooms, which even a house like this would've had then...but also not making any false steps away from "modernist".
A few pictures made me question this but I was still surprised at the actual build date. More about that in a minute. Here are the pictures that made me think 1960-65 albeit heavily renovated:
The equally divided doors and two sidelites. This seems a mid-century detail to me, but I was looking for deep backset hardware (knobs further in from the edge of the door)
This is an obvious egress window in a bedroom with ribbon windows. It seems unusual to me for it to be "right there" so I thought maybe this was added and they didn't want to interrupt the corner windows and/or couldn't put it someplace else. The tone-on-tone damask is pretty current in some ways. I bed this room was an "allover" with everything covered in it, or in the same color at least:
The heavy soffit+ the ribbon windows+ the banquet+ the cooking area on the perimeter. These all seem "not current" modernism, and I also wondered if that cooking area was where the cooktop was originally:
Everything from the ceiling down in this lower level room seems a bit old-school to me, and the wall color and the white baseboard were, to me, the only real false notes in the house:
Here are the pictures that made me wonder about when this house was built. Like Annie said, the stonework also seemed not quite 1960s.
This appears to be Venetian plaster, by the way, another odd finish in a house like this except it's mimicking filled travertine:
I don't think this was feasible in the residential market in the 1960s:
The jutting box is pure millennial, I think:
The house was built in 2007.