Classic midwestern midcentury modern split-level house built in 1955, a time capsule from the period. Site is secluded yet located near the University of Kansas campus. Designed by a KU architecture grad for a professor and his family. Living room has pecky cypress paneling, a vaulted wood-beamed ceiling and a massive reclaimed brick fireplace that lends the space a rustic cabin ambiance. The kitchen, in particular, is a time capsule of mid-1950s contemporary living, complete with original Formica countertops, knotty pine cabinetry, a built-in brick barbecue, vintage gas stove and authentic Armstrong Embossed Inlaid Linoleum. A classic midcentury period look in a small midwestern/eastern college town.