A Timbergrove Manor home that changed hands in November 2011 is back on the market and asking $440,000 following an overhaul. Gone is the brown exterior, repainted in a spicy mustard tone, perhaps in homage to Harvest Gold. Other changes to the home built in 1964 include a new roof, new windows, and an automatic driveway gate. Inside, the 3-bedroom, 2-bath home gained stone, tile, granite, carpet, and lighting. Plus fresh paint in shades of pale yellow.
In the living room, a wooden beam newly inserted into the brick wall forms the mantle of a wood-burning fireplace.
Here’s how the living room looked before the redo:
The kitchen opens into several living and dining areas, including a family room overlooking a patio. Here’s the kitchen now:
And in its previous incarnation:
One dining area is off the kitchen:
The remodeled family room:
And before that transformation:
Upstairs is the master bedroom suite. It has a deck with views of Jaycee Park.
Same room, before the overhaul:
The master bathroom:
Two bedrooms are located downstairs:
One of the remodeled bathrooms has double sinks:
Same room before the change-up:
The 2,737-sq.-ft. home faces east on a 7,500-sq.-ft. lot that’s mid-block on a cul-de-sac street west of Ella Blvd. Prior to its purchase in November, the home had been listed several times since 2008, asking as much as $349,000 and ultimately selling for $245,000.