There's something lovably eclectic — or maybe a little eccentric — about an Art Deco-era house with a Spanish-revival exterior, vaulted interior ceilings, an iron fireplace and plenty of funky tile work.
Nestled into the Monticello Park Historic District near Woodlawn Lake, this 2,000-square-foot property's got the hardwood floors, big bedrooms and cool architectural touches one would expect. But with plenty of one-of-a-kind touches.
Take the showstopper of a living room with its plastered fireplace and tiled hearth. No, it's not enormous, but the ceiling support beams, mirror-shine hardwood floors and crystal chandelier certainly make it feel like it belongs in a mansion.
Then there are the bright mosaic inlayed into the front porch, the updated-yet-still-retro bathrooms and the detached quarters connected to the main house with a covered walkway. Funky charm abounds.
This home is listed by Camille Rodriguez Brigant
with Motif Boutique Brokerage, Llc.
All photos and listing info via Realtor.com.
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