Anyone familiar with the tract homes built in Windsor Park between Cameron Road and Berkman Drive in the 1950s will recognize the details and floor plans in said homes, even when the houses have been substantially renovated. The superb remodel that this 1956 home underwent, however, has transformed the house so thoroughly that it takes a minute to recognize the vintage features, even though they’re still there.
The 1,406-square-foot, one-story home is on a corner lot and has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The property includes the frame-and-brick main house as well as a 280-square-foot, prefab Kanga Room that has served as a studio and is not included in the home’s square footage.
Indoor features include an opened-up floor plan, polished concrete and hard tile floors, built-in shelving and added storage, and a study area off the master bedroom. Happily, the vintage multipaneled and casement windows have been updated but remain, as does the pink tile in one of the bathrooms. The asking price for the property is $459,900.
The opening up of the floor plan allows in more light for a bright, cheerful space.
The home features a study connected to the master bedroom.
The updated home retains some vintage features, including casement windows and pink bathroom tile.
There is a prefab studio in back of the home as well as porch and patio areas.
• 1500 Westmoor Drive [Juice Real Estate]