In Westbury, a 1965 home overlooking the medianed roadway out front punches up its mostly bloom-free elevation with a little hydrangea-tinted trim. For the property’s real color explosion, however, head inside, where in place of a stagnant, unifying hue, (most) rooms go boldly into the spectrum.
After the vivid canary entry (top) and deep garnet living room (above), the palette-cleansing grayish lavender of the family room is kinda unexpected:
But then there’s the galley kitchen, which has been updated. Its blood red counters and stainless steel appliances play off the dark tones of an interior-mounted iron security gate . . .
and the weaponry-inspired artwork:
More bars accompany the eating area’s window treatments:
Azure-like-it blue helps electrify the master bedroom:
While rouged walls in the master bathroom help deliver a morning glow to those looking in the mirror.
Pea soup fills one of the 2 secondary bedrooms in the 1,625-sq.-ft. home.
The small deck out back is a careful study in Redwood and white lattice.
The home is located west of Hillcroft Ave. and comes with hurricane-handy precut plywood and brackets for the windows. When the property appeared on the market a week ago, its asking price was $139,900. It last sold in 2009 for $129,400.
- 6042 W. Bellfort St. [HAR]