Just what is it about this West U house that’s scaring off the buyers? Is it the location on busy Buffalo Speedway? The outbreak of quoins on the front facade? The curious “custom paint” job in one of the home’s seven bathrooms that demonstrates to pooping gameroom guests how the house’s stucco surface might flake off?
Whatever it is, it sure looks like there’s a reverse auction going on: The five-bedroom, 5,119-square-foot house went on the market early last May and listed for $1,614,050. After three price cuts, it ended the year at $1,339,000. And now it’s only $1,239,000!
After the jump: a detailed look inside.
The Family Room, which leads out to a back porch and small yard:
The adjacent Kitchen and second stairway:
Hey, faux finishes in the Living Room . . .
. . . and Study:
Here’s the “Executive Master Bedroom,” for retiring executives:
And the “Executive Master Bath” that goes with it:
And yes, that’s a faux finish illustrating a decaying stucco facade in the half bath off the gameroom. Since there’s no brick behind it, the outside of the house won’t look quite so quaint when its stucco goes bad.
Floor plans: Sterling Homes Corp.