The Woodlands in Tamarac, Florida has been spotlighted in the Spring 2011 issue of Atomic Ranch magazine. The magazine, which is read by mid-century architecture buffs all over the United States, is sure to attract some much-deserved attention to this neighborhood that isn’t very well known in Broward County.
The Woodlands in Tamarac, which has over 800 single family homes, features mid-century modern designs that are the latest architectural rage right now. These modern designs which were built in the late 1960s, features unique homes that are not seen around South Florida. Features that include: Modern architecture, terrazzo floors, skylights, ceilings with wood beams, and large floor plans which have floor to ceiling windows looking out towards the two golf courses in the development. Many young couples are buying up these homes in this great transitional neighborhood and remodeling them. They are even keeping the distinctive characteristics which sets them apart from other South Florida communities.
In case you aren’t familiar with Atomic Ranch Magazine, here is some information:
Atomic Ranch celebrates mid-century houses—from 1940s ranch tracts to 1960s architect-designed modernist homes. With an emphasis on affordable solutions and homeowner renovations, our quarterly magazine shows you how to make your house cool, both inside and out.
Mid-century modern homes are extremely desirable around the country, and homes in the Woodlands are no exception. To pick up your Spring 2011 issue of Atomic Ranch Magazine, please go to any bookstore and get their latest issue.