Close-up photos take the lead in this listing of an updated 1946 Oak Forest home near Stevens Elementary School that appeared yesterday. Isn’t that all you need? They hint at the spaces present in the 1,000-ish-sq.-ft. floor plan . . .
Even outdoor features get their close-up:
Okay, it’s not all myopia. We do get a few peeks at the flow between rooms:
The updated kitchen, dubbed “vintage modern” in the listing, has concrete countertops and floors:
Medusa Properties dismantled and rebuilt the home, which sits on a 7,200 sq. ft. lot a couple houses east of Rosslyn Rd.
The garage and utility shed also got a perky new look — and a little more of that red accent paint:
Several previous listings of the property (by the same agent) date back to October 2010; the asking price has bounced around between $239,900 and $160,000. The current post-renovation listing has a $329,490 price tag and mentions the property is for sale or lease. But the leasing details are reserved for the Medusa website, where the property appears to have a little more square footage and an $1895-per-month rental rate. One detail not in the listing photos is the reduced-speed-limit school zone sign at the end of the driveway, which extends across the front of the property.