Prime Seminole Heights! This Mid-Century Modern beauty is drop dead gorgeous! It’s nestled right across the street from Henry and Ola Park. The entire home has been remodeled and kept true to its Modern design. The curb appeal as you pull up is sure to amaze. It is loaded with mature landscaping to give you privacy out front. Beautiful brick pavers with a thick granite brick border! You’ll also notice a huge amount of parking. When you first walk in you will enter the large and open living room that features wood like tile. The kitchen is in the center of the home, just past the living room. It offers an abundance of counter space, and a spacious breakfast bar with room for barstools. It also has all new high end Maytag appliances and gorgeous granite countertops. The Chefs range has a melting burner, warming burner and even has a warming drawer! As you make your way through the kitchen you’ll be wowed by all the natural light in the dining room. The dining room could also double as a third bedroom, with a simple wall addition! The dual pane double french doors in the dining room will take you out to your backyard which is completely covered in brick pavers! This backyard is an entertainers dream! No maintanence or lawn cutting every weekend in this backyard! The large master suite has awesome barn doors on the closet. The master bathroom has been completely remodeled with beautiful tile work in the shower. This home also has a BRAND NEW ROOF!
Listing courtesy of FRANK ALBERT REALTY.
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