Don’t let the sharp exterior angles fool you —this Harvest Moon Ln. home now on the market in Ashwood Forest is well-rounded in its interior decor. This 1966 home includes a uniquely appointed master suite, complete with period-appropriate fireplace (visible just to the right of the railing, above) and featuring extensive slate tiling. Sold in 2011 for a little under $275,000, this 2754-sq.-ft. house boasts 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, and 2 half baths; the price on the home and all of its updates has since risen to around $456,000.
The foyer opens into the formal living room which features a spiral staircase and stone tile floor:
The open concept living room leads into the dining room and the kitchen:
Tucked away upstairs is the master suite, which features a balcony looking out into the backyard:
Grass cloth accent wall adds textural interest to the bedroom:
Slate tile completely encases the walk-in shower and whirlpool bath tub:
The master suite offers its own view into the foyer:
A tree mosaic in one of the powder rooms offers more textural and visual interest as one goes about ones business:
A secondary bedroom opens up onto the terrace fastened to the back of the home:
The home’s penchant for stonework continues into a secondary bathroom:
A long hallway of slate tile and floor-to-ceiling picture windows offers an up-close-and-personal view of the wooded backyard:
The wooden observation deck overlooks the 12,862 sq. ft. of wooded property:
Very nice MCM. Hopefully there’ll be an open house for us stalkers.
Two dressers in the master bedroom?… That’s a new one.
That yard / back patio is pretty awesome. Sucks to be stuck in the energy corridor though.
Also, is two dressers seriously a unique thing? I’d assume 90% of households have two dressers in the master bed, but I guess haven’t been checking.
Wow! Lots of folks really don’t have any idea how to furnish a Mid-Century Mod. (To each their own, obviously…but man oh man what I could do with that house! – and an unlimited budget.)
So much slate tile to have to rip out, though…
needs a bid of updating but super cool bones of the house – sure hope it’s not turn down and a crummy box-style home built.
turn down for what?