Stars of A&E flipping show overhauled this Natick mid-century modern. See inside.

33 Indian Ridge Road, Natick

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Style: Mid-century modern

Year built: 1967

Square feet: 3,380 (includes the garage)

Beds: 5

Baths: 3 full, 1 half

Water/sewer: Public/private

Taxes: To be determined

For this mid-century modern house, which counts the Charles River as a backyard neighbor, 2020 is the new 1967. Built 53 years ago, the home recently underwent a vibrant revival that retained its trapezoid-like shape, sloping roofline, and the original conviction that you should use large plate-glass windows to let in the sun and nature.

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