A bit about us

Beaumaris Modern started life as a Facebook page and later an Instagram account. Our purpose? Alerting keen potential purchasers of the mid-century houses available for sale in Beaumaris.

There is now a huge groundswell of interest in these Beaumaris gems. But unfortunately, owners & developers without any knowledge of mid-century design, have demolished many of these beautiful homes, not understanding their long-term value nor potential for sympathetic renovation.

So now, along with alerting people of properties for sale, we are also keen to share information about mid-century architecture. Through celebration and education, we hope to save as many of these properties as we can. And in doing so, bring like-minded people together to share their passion for mid-century architecture.


  • Excellent story in today’s Age (page 13) on architect Peter McIntyre returning to a house he designed in Beaumaris 61 years ago. Now we have to find some suitable buyers for the house. It needs a gentle restoration.... #theage #beaumarismodern #petermcintyrearchitect #midcenturymodern #jennybrown
  • Such a great night at the Beaumaris Modern ‘Mid-Mod’ Christmas Party! Our members are just so passionate! - we are inspired to organize more get togethers! #beaumarismodern #beaumarisbowlsclub
  • Fabulous ‘mid-mod Christmas Party last night at the stunning 60’s style Beaumaris bowls club! A special thank you to @chrisbellamyartist for the decoration, the flowers and Co-ordinating (and making) the food ! As well as the rest of the hard working Beaumaris Modern committee! @half_pricey @jimmijam_patto @jasedavo @grazia_and_co @six_pieces #beaumarisbowlsclub #beaumarisbowls #beaumarismodern
  • It’s not Beaumaris - but it’s Bayside - 1 Baroona Court Brighton - a very original mid century home in a quiet cul-de-sac - contact Ben Vieth from Marshall White tel: 0404 084 793 @marshallwhiterealestate #brightonmidcenturymodern #mcm #midcenturymodern


Mission Statement

Beaumaris Modern is a non-profit organisation whose mission is to celebrate, educate and promote public awareness of the importance of preserving the mid-century architecture of Beaumaris.