The angled ceilings in this 1962 home seem a little overcomplicated, and it has a lot of paneling, even for a midcentury-style dwelling. Still, it’s had only one owner, so we are assuming these things are mostly original; though extremely well preserved and maintained, it looks as though it has not been modified much over the years.
The 2,411-square-foot home has much to recommend it, as well. It sits on a flat, shaded corner lot, more or less a third of an acre in size, above River Road, and has copious sliding glass doors and clerestory windows to let in the filtered natural light. Sliding doors open to a private back area that would be a sweet place for a patio. Or maybe a small pool.
There’s terrazzo flooring throughout the three-bedroom, two-bathroom home and a pass-through fireplace in the main living space, as well as what look like original built-ins (vanities, closets, drawers, shelves, and a wet bar with a tiny sink) and other period features.