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Mod meets traditional in Old Enfield home asking $1.425M

Brick house built in 1960 with eclectic updates

Two story traditional brick home (yellow-reddish) with metal paneling on side section
1501 Hartford Road
Via Gottesman Residential Real Estate

This Old Enfield home, which was built in 1960 and extensively remodeled in 2007 by longtime local architect fave Emily Little (now of Clayton & Little), sports an eclectic charm with a fair number decorative hits as well as a few misses. Though traditional in structure, it has some contemporary-looking roof, siding, and porch elements on its exterior and interior updates that speak to its year of origin—including some groovy, geometrical room dividers (a hit) and a diner-style kitchen counter and banquette (possibly a miss, or at least not for everyone).

The location—right on Enfield Road near MoPac—offers convenience, while its tree-covered corner lot means it has the luxury of a side-street driveway entrance that looks more private and less harried than that of many homes facing that busy road. The two-story, mostly brick-clad house is large, especially for the central city, at 3,145 square feet. It has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, as well as three living areas, two dining areas, and a . In addition to high ceilings and built-in bookcases, it features a number of custom details, including iron work the on stair rails and banister, antique schoolhouse doors, and a great deal of custom cabinetry.

1501 Hartford Road [Mason Quintana, Gottesman Residential Real Estate]