Do-it-yourselfers take note.
This all-rock, two-story home on a corner lot in Monticello Park just went on the market — but it needs a serious makeover. Sure, the rock exterior and tiled roof make it look stunning from the outside, but someone please rip up that aquamarine bedroom carpet and gut the circa-1975 kitchen.
Unfortunate decorating choices and decades of wear aside, this 1936 house a block from Jefferson High has plenty of features worth salvaging, including arched doorways, glittering chandeliers and hardwood floors, some of which are still in pretty good shape.
The five-bedroom property on the market for $379,000 — plus, of course, the cost of some serious renovation work and a few crates of elbow grease.
This home is listed by Don Crumrine
of Texas Premier Realty.
All photos and listing info via Realtor.com.