Santa Came Early to Kessler Park in This Splurge vs. Steal

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Santa came early to Kessler Park this year! These two offerings are in the heart of the neighborhood and both are available just in time for the holidays. Which one is more you, the Whimsical Tudor Splurge or the Colonial-Style Steal?

Splurge: Whimsical Tudor In Heart Of Kessler Park For $697K

This is the Tesla of Kessler Park homes! So much so, it comes complete with a Tesla car charger. But that’s not all! It has a sparkling pool, period details, a brick fireplace, an incredible master suite. Yes, this 1924 Tudor gem has it all!

And the five-bedroom, three-bathroom stunner comes in one effortlessly chic package. From the inviting front porch to the refinished floors, every ounce of design has been maximized. And the paint and fixture choices are spot on! We love the bright and airy interiors marked by pops of color, with built-in bookcases, and a gourmet kitchen with wine fridge that is just begging for holiday fun. For the price and location, this is one is tough to beat!

Kathy Hewitt and Steve Habgood with Dave Perry-Miller InTown have listed 1015 N. Clinton Avenue for $697,000.

Steal: Kessler Park Colonial-Style For $475K 

For over $220,000 less, you could host the holidays in this three-bedroom, two-bathroom in the heart of Kessler Park! The Colonial-Style home offers tons of perks. This includes a rooftop terrace with water for plants and a striking exterior to welcome your guests! Inside there are plenty of period details to love.

Among these are gorgeous hardwoods, arched doorways, crown moldings, and plantation shutters. Everything to tick all the boxes! And you can’t go wrong with the vaulted living. But there is also a fabulous den with views of a charming courtyard through French doors on both sides! Plus, with close proximity to Bishop Arts, you’ll never tire of things to do. 

Kathy Murray with Ebby Halliday Preston Center has listed 1154 N. Edgefield Avenue for $475,000.


Amy Puchaty

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