We're hard pressed to think of another home on the market in SA as vibrantly colorful as this 1945 Victorian south of downtown.
No, the combination of pea green, cobalt blue and lipstick red isn't for the fainthearted. But you've got to respect the assertive choices made by the couple that took this 1945 home down to the studs as part of a six-month remodel.
According to the broker, the three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath property was originally carved up into a duplex, which explains the open floor plan that resulted when they reconfigured it into a single-family dwelling. The bare wood ceilings and stylish industrial ceiling fans almost give it an art gallery feel.
Located in the Riverside neighborhood just south of Highway 90, the spot may not have the prestige of King William or Lavaca, but how many other just-south-of-downtown neighborhoods still have 1,800-square-foot Victorian homes listed for $350,000?
This home is listed by Patrick Vallejo
with Phalanx Realty Group.
All photos and listing info via Realtor.com
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