SOLON, Ohio — Break up-level properties with midcentury trendy vibes have been well-liked within the 1960s. However good luck discovering one these days not in want of a serious renovation.
That’s what makes the house at 6000 Briardale Lane distinctive.
“This can be a nice instance of the split-level being reinvented and modernized,” says Howard Hanna itemizing agent Eileen McKeon. “The format is open and lofty but it surely nonetheless has the intimacy of areas just like the den and nice room. The perfect half? The kitchen connects all of it, which is the place everybody needs to be.”
The house was gutted and renovated to the studs. That kitchen, for instance, has been up to date with hardwood flooring, white Shaker cupboards, granite counters and stainless home equipment. The open-floor plan is good for entertaining, with a number of gathering areas, tall ceilings and huge home windows.
“The sunshine within the house is spectacular, and almost each room has a door to get outdoors, to loosen up on the patio or deck,” McKeon says.
Inbuilt 1961, the three,324-sq. ft. dwelling has 5 bedrooms, three.5 bogs, den and hooked up two-car storage. In the marketplace since August 1, the house is offered for $669,000.
Deal with: 6000 Briardale Lane
Sq. footage: three,324
12 months constructed: 1961
No. bedrooms: 5
No. bogs: three full, 1 half
Lot measurement: 2.75 acres
Faculty district: Solon Metropolis Faculty District
Actual property brokers and get in touch with data: Eileen McKeon of The McKeon Group, Howard Hanna
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