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Northwest Hills modern with showy update asks $1.05M

Remodel adds flashes of color to midcentury style

tight shot of exterior entrance of gray brick midcentury modern with orange double door, big front windows, and giant graffiti-style address pained on one wall
7111 Spurlock Drive

This Northwest Hills/Highland home might be the most faithfully updated midcentury modern we’ve seen, but neither is it the bland white box/blank slate that plagues many a remodel.

Nope, this place displays so much pizazz, it practically has jazz hands. From the retro/psychedelic street address writ large on an outside entry wall to regular but restrained splashes of color, it draws and keep the viewer’s attention throughout.

Built in 1967, the home was remodeled in 2008-09 to increase its square footage and functionality. It now has an open chef's kitchen with Honea custom cabinetry, quartz countertops, stainless appliances, and an eat-in breakfast bar.

The living room’s back wall is all window and opens to a fairly roomy, fenced backyard. Living room w/wall of windows for great natural light opens to level backyard w/room for pool. Floors are wood and hard tile, and the house also features various built-ins, a vaulted ceiling, recessed lighting, and wiring for sound.

The 3,150-square-foot-house has three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, as well as storage space and two offices.

The kitchen, which opens on to the living room and dining area, has stone countertops, a double oven, and a wine refrigerator.

The master suite has a spa-like bathroom and direct access to a private patio. the home also has a tankless water heater.

There’s a private garden with raised beds and patio in back, where banners and furniture provide the color pops.

7111 Spurlock Drive [Arlene Maze, Carol Dochen]