The 1939 craftsman-style is something you’d expect in Myers Park, but I love how the green shingles, wood door and accents and stone porch give it an unexpected mountain-house feel.
The location is fantastic — you’re walking distance (less than a mile) to Freedom Park and Dilworth favorites like Inizio, Not Just Coffee, YAFO and Kid Cashew.
The house is at 1201 Lilac Road. At 2,312 square feet, it has three beds and two and a half baths. Asking price is $774,000.
It’s on a little under a quarter acre, but the private fenced-in yard is perfect for pets, kids or entertaining.
It’s a single-story house but still spacious with plenty of room for entertaining friends or hanging out with your family — it’s a great layout.
You see the same earthy tones on the inside as the exterior — and it works.
I love how the wood floors are a similar warm shade as the exterior door and accents and the green kitchen cabinets are similar to the shingles. It’s stylish but not over-the-top and far from run-of-the-mill.
The exposed wood beams and trim and natural-wood pedestal in the half bath are perfect accents contributing to the warmth and tone of the home.
This house is a great fit someone who loves the mountains and outdoors and has a more laid-back earthy style.
And if you love spending time outdoors, you’ve got a cozy screened-in porch, a fenced-in yard and Freedom Park close by if you want to hit the trails.
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