A couple months ago, I went to an estate sale at this 1953 Hazelwood ranch, located in one of my favorite “secret” neighborhoods. The house was jam-packed, both with stuff and people, but I was still totally enamored with it and couldn’t wait for it to hit the market. I even considered buying it myself.
Of course, my husband nixed that idea pretty quickly. He’s not a fan of slabs. But now that this unique, original owner home is officially for sale, I’d love to find a buyer who appreciates it as much as I do. The house definitely needs some TLC, but wow, does it have character!
The kitchen is my favorite room, with its canary yellow metal cabinets and custom linoleum…
I’m also crazy for this funky sunroom addition, complete with built-in planter beds, a wood-burning stove, and easy access to the inground pool…
I don’t know what it is about this house but it just has good vibes. It’s a classic sprawling ranch in every sense of the word, and though many buyers won’t like its vintage bathrooms or rambling layout, I totally get it and I’m in love!
If you have a good eye for potential, and you wouldn’t mind having a big flat one-acre lot in a very nice neighborhood, you might want to consider this place. It does need work but the price is right: just $100,000.
334 Fee Fee Hills has 3 bedrooms & 2 baths in 1670 square feet. It was listed four days ago by Scott Hagar, Realty Executives.
If you’d like a buyer’s agent to show you this one-of-a-kind 50s house, which has a closet full of original receipts, photos and documentation, give me a call!