Located in the East Side Windsor Park neighborhood, which has been on a continuous real-estate upswing for the past several years, this midcentury ranch home has some elements potential buyers might want to overlook. The structure itself looks like it has been well-maintained, as well as recently updated, and appears to be in excellent shape. It’s the staging—a mix of traditional, mission, shabby chic, and even Early American styles with a very occasional midcentury touch—that might not be to everyone’s taste.
Look beyond that, though, and one finds the basic structure of typically midcentury home, this one a one-story house built in 1955, clad in white siding and red-brick veneer with a classic carport and some recently applied, aqua trim. The 1,436-square-foot home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The home has hardwood floors and honeycomb tile throughout, and bathrooms have been updated in relatively luxurious if contemporary fashion. The kitchen has Shaker-style white cabinets and granite counters, and there’s a large, covered patio and fenced backyard.
• 1609 Ridgemont Drive [Coldwell Banker]