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Polished 1940s Traditional seeks $1.25M in Mid-City

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With a cute pink kitchen!

The home is fronted by an array of succulents.
Elon Schoenholz Photography, courtesy of Tia Hughes

Built in 1940, this Traditional-style house in Mid-City has been treated to a sleek remodel that feels midcentury modern inspired.

The sunny dwelling features a step-down living room with refinished hardwood floors and a marble fireplace. It flows into a contemporary kitchen with cork floors and sweet pastel pink cabinets—and a matching pink fridge.

Packed into the 1,906-square-foot residence are three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, including a master suite with a fireplace, wood paneled ceiling, and built-in wood wardrobe.

Fronted by an array of succulents and raised garden beds, the property also holds a rear yard with a lawn and a “quaint lounge area and inviting gazebo.”

Last sold in 2010 for $487,000, it’s now asking $1.249 million.

Marble fireplace and refinished concrete floors.
Pink cabinets and cork floors.
Cozy fireplace in the master bedroom.
Wood cabinets and beamed ceilings add to the cozy feel.
The home steps down to the grass yard.