This Midcentury Modern-Meets-Art Deco Abode On the East Side Has Us Packing Our Bags

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There are plenty of homes on the market with stereotypical renovation features like white cabinets, grey walls and mediocre LVP flooring. But you won't find that here, which makes this unique Anderson Township home (1674 Grandle Court) even more special.

Sporting a sort of Midcentury Modern meets Art Deco style (or contemporary transitional as the listing says), this abode, priced at $250,000, is brimming with character.

Built in the 1960s, the home's exterior facade features detailing around the windows and front door, mimicked with sculptures that run from the porch to the driveway.

Inside, vaulted wood ceilings make for a open feeling multi-level living space. The ceilings accent the wood trim around the floors, doors and windows as well as the hardwood floors. More details along the home's front wall and second floor hallway make for eye-catching built-in decor.

The vintage kitchen offers plenty of storage space.

The home has three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths plus a back patio and yard.

For more info about the property, reach out to listing agent Kevin Duffy.

| Photos by Donovan Duffy

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