Shaggy carpet, lots of louvers, and plenty of boldly patterned wallpaper from a long ownership tenure cling to a 1960 rancher in Woodside. Its midblock lot curves slightly to fit the mid-neighborhood roadway that spans from Latma to Timberside. In its listing late last week, the property’s asking price was set at $359K.
Raised beds for landscaping frame the deep breezeway that leads to the double-wide front door. It opens . . .
into a tiled foyer that’s somewhat open to the adjacent living-dining room that occupies the front of the 1,936-sq.-ft. home:
Shutters . . .
and yet more shutters cover the windows, but they’re filtering northern light conditions.
Wallpaper in bold patterns pops up on accent walls in many of the rooms . . .
and it’s paired with a liberal use of wood panels . . .
There are 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. This room with a smoky mirror appears to be the master suite, found at the back of the house:
This secondary bedroom’s low-sill window places the room at the front of the home:
As with the kitchen, the shared bath in the hallway is on a butterfly migration path:
There’s a patio area off the family room, though a secondary door also has access to it:
- 3707 Durhill St. [HAR]