Decorative panels mimic and emphasize the vertical orientation of windows on the front of this 1977 Fleetwood home just past the Energy Corridor. Around back, though, it’s all windows overlooking the pool. Behind the property, a shared alley provides access to the home’s 2-car garage as well as the garages of similarly pooled-up homes on the street. The alley also ups the distance between the back fence and the homes beyond it.
Last week, this corner-lot property resurfaced when a new agency relisted it at an even $312,000. The initial asking price back in February 2011 had tested the waters at an unusual $343,343, with a dive 2 months later to $328,328 — before throwing in the towel in October.
As with the exterior trim, interior finishes are big on the brown-against-white combo. Entryway tiles, millwork, and laminate wood floors downstairs add a few other earthy hues to the spectrum, from amber to burnt umber:
There’s a breakfast room off the kitchen, which has a brick alcove holding an electric stove top. The double oven is also electric:
The 3,296-sq.-ft. home has 3 full baths and a half-bath. The 20-ft.-by-20-ft. master suite is on the first floor and opens to the yard. Three additional bedrooms — each one 13 ft. by 12 ft. — are upstairs.
The neighborhood, east of Hwy. 6 and just south of Memorial Dr., is near Terry Hershey Park and bike trail. The community has a $450 annual maintenance fee.
- 803 Daria St. [HAR]