Overhangs, cutouts, and eyebrow arches shade the balconies and patios of a 2005 stucco contemporary in Lancaster Place. The townhome’s price in its relisting today by the same agent, $749,990, is $100K less than in its initial appearance back in April. Price reductions in the interim sought $799,900 in May and $775,000 in July before the previous listing terminated Tuesday. The corner unit differentiates its footprint from a not-so-identical twin next door with sprout-and-chrome accents — and more:
The 3,315-sq.-ft. home’s staircase (above) lies across the living room from the double-door entry, which swings into the opened-up floor plan downstairs. Tile flooring and the lighter hues of the exterior’s accent colors tie it all together:
Part of the cross traffic to the stairs passes a bump-out sitting area with street view:
Upstairs, there’s an open-ended media room . . .
and a study, though the latter is affiliated . . .
with the carpeted master suite that occupies much of the second floor:
The master suite also has a private balcony, facing west:
Up on the 3rd level, another balcony faces north:
Access appears to come from this room, one of 3 secondary bedrooms:
The home has 3 full bathrooms and a powder room:
This dogtrot between the kitchen and 2-car garage adds a covered patio peeking west:
There’s also a slip of easement inside the fence fronting Dunlavy St. Go ahead and grill. The “patio-lot” of 4,079 sq. ft. is a block north of the fire station at the corner of Richmond Ave.
- 1659 Colquitt St. [HAR]