Much as entirely new enclaves of midcentury-style homes such as Leander’s Starlight Village are arising in many parts of the country, contractors and designers have embraced the concept in already existing homes of the original era (more or less), remodeling them with contemporary takes on their original designs.
Thus, the new and the old “midcentury” modern sometimes look interchangeable, as is the case with this freestanding condo located in the East MLK neighborhood. One of two units on the property, the 984-square-foot unit was build in 1964 and has been completely remodeled. HardiPlank-style siding, foam insulation, and Andersen windows put an emphasis on energy efficiency. The home also features stainless appliances, custom cabinets, a kitchen island, and high-end lighting and plumbing fixtures.
The main part of the home has open floor plan with vaulted ceilings and recessed lighting. The house has two bedrooms and two bathrooms and features wood floors throughout.
The master suite has a walk-in closet, a spa bath, a floating double vanity, and a walk-in shower.
According to the listing, the buyer will choose landscaping for the front yard, and a privacy fence will be built back of house.
• 1801 Deloney Street [Leah Pigg, Keller Williams Realty]