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This Tudor style home was built in 1935 and is a little over 1440 square feet. Originally it had three bedrooms and one bathroom. Like so many of the homes in this neighborhood, it is a Taylor-Wheeler: the tiled fireplace is a signature feature of a Taylor-Wheeler home. The outside of the windows around the house have been removed to include better framing.
The oak flooring throughout the house is original. The concaved ceiling in the dining room is typical for a Taylor-Wheeler home as are the builtins. The china cabinet is a family heirloom. The dining room table is solid oak.
The kitchen has been renovated with new backsplash tiles. The cabinets are original and have been redone.
The bathroom has been renovated. The tile was added to the shower and under the mirror.
The master bedroom was two rooms but has been renovated to become one large room. It now includes a clawfoot soaking tub that opens to a view of the backyard.
The backyard has been completely redone by the homeowner and includes two gazebos for relaxing while cooking on the grill.
The shade house was added a few years back and includes several beautiful cacti collected by the homeowner who is an avid gardener.