Hardwood floors, according to the listing, are hiding throughout most of this 1955 mod. But there’s nothing secret about the midcentury aquamarine hues that flow out from the kitchen — the color pops against the mostly milk white interior. Owned by one family for 6 decades, the property landed on the market a week ago, with a $277,500 price tag.
There’s a courtyard entry from one side of the home, which is located east of Chimney Rock and south of Willowbend Blvd. The front door opens into the living room (also pictured at the top of this story). A clerestory forms and fills the apex of the tented roofline; painted beams subtly accent the resulting half-vaulted ceiling:
In the photo below, the window faces the courtyard; the front door is in the background on the right:
The other side of the slope covers the kitchen, located at the front of the 1,682-sq.-ft. floor plan:
Even the countertops opt for a Blue’s Clues hue, except for a wedge by the oven, which the vent hood’s span gives away as a recent replacement. Upper cabinets ring the kitchen’s work areas, including a service bar by the dining area . . .
and neighboring den, noted as the only area not concealing hardwood floors beneath the carpet:
All 3 bedrooms measure 14 ft. by 11 ft. This teal-toned one with corner windows at the back of the house appears to be the master suite:
It has access to a full bathroom that’s similarly tinged:
Tile trims out the master bathroom’s shower-only setup. It’s also on the floor, the countertop, and halfway up the walls:
For a soak, head to the tub in the other bathroom, a gray zone (but for the hand towels on display):
At the back of the double-wide driveway’s carport, there’s a storage shed accommodating laundry facilities. It’s located off a semi-screened breezeway that links the covered parking . . .
to a multi-level deck at the back of the 8,400-sq.-ft. lot:
- 10903 Cedarhurst Dr. [HAR]