Saturday Six Hundred: Cliff May Midcentury Masterpiece in Disney is Proof of Gayborhood Power

You know the Disney Streets — Pinnochio, Happy, Grumpy, Sleepy, Snow White — home to some of this city’s best mid century modern architecture and the biggest fourth of July parade in town. This is a neighborhood to re-define all neighborhoods, broken in and uplifted by the Gayborhood principle. And when there is a home listed, we jump on over to take a look/see, as you so should: this angel at 11038 Snow White will be open Sunday from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.

This baby was built in 1955, just like a Chevy. With four bedrooms, three and a half baths, she sits on a huge 90 by 179 square foot corner lot with huge trees and packs in 3267 square feet. Restored, you get an indoor/outdoor kismet that reconciles indoor shelter with outdoor living fifties-style, from the floor to ceiling windows and abundant atrium doors that flow to the outside courtyards.

Enter into a roomy gallery and a dividing place for two large great rooms that flow into one another, very ’50s style. I love split master suites and this one has a large walk-in closet, sitting area and large remodeled bath. Totally renovated kitchen has stainless Jenn Air appliances, gas cook tops and clear maple custom cabinets. The east wing of the home houses three bedrooms, each with vaulted ceilings and transom windows. Rather than buy imperfect new ones, owners restored the original 50s bathroom fixtures in the two west bathrooms — charming!

Finally, in the back yard, a clean-lined pool that contours to the lines of the house, and  huge patio for outdoor entertainment that is ripe for an outdoor kitchen and you will have plenty of property to spare! Asking $639,999 with Bill Griffin.