Lakewood

Thursday Three Hundred: Junius Heights Craftsman Has 50 Shades of Gray Inside

By Joanna England / July 19, 2012 / 0 Comments

Gray is the hottest neutral right now, and I am loving how it’s just popping up everywhere and in every conceivable shade. All 50 of them.

Trashy adult novel puns aside, this gorgeous Junius Heights Arts and Crafts home is the perfect example of how neutral doesn’t mean boring. With all of the wonderful cool slate, marble, and pearl grays, all of the details stand out.

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Tuesday Two Hundred: The Perfect Starter Home For Lakewood Aspirations in Caruth Terrace

By Joanna England / July 3, 2012 / 0 Comments

Not many folks can afford to move into a stunning Lakewood abode when they’re just starting out. And of course, you have to start somewhere, right? Caruth Terrace is an excellent neighborhood for folks who want to be as close to Lakewood as possible without the huge price tag! This neighborhood is full of Post […]

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Thursday Three Hundred: With This Traditional on Santa Maria, You’ll Wonder Where The Nina and Pinta Are

By Joanna England / May 3, 2012 / 0 Comments

  Holy updates, Batman! This sweet little traditional at 6927 Santa Maria looks brand-spanking new inside even though it was built back in 1964. The home feels huge, too, with more than 1,700 square feet that includes three bedrooms, two full baths, two living areas, and a gigantic backyard. You know how much we love […]

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Friday Five Hundred: It’s Practically The Weekend, So Let’s Go to Key West (Kind of)

By Joanna England / April 27, 2012 / 4 Comments

I was looking over this adorable listing, 5737 Palo Pinto in the Belmead area of Lakewood, and it reminded me of something. Still, I couldn’t put my finger on it. The teal paint and umbrella, the landscaping, and the clean accents were calling from somewhere else, somewhere much more tropical. And then it hit me … it’s 100 percent Conch Republic style!

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Friday Five Hundred: An Epic Trip in The Wayback Machine, Minus The Shag Carpeting

By Joanna England / April 20, 2012 / 0 Comments

Flipping through the photos of 6441 McCommas Blvd. makes me hum Steppenwolf’s “Magic Carpet Ride” completely by reflex.

Note to self: Put “Dazed And Confused” on my Netflix queue.

The interior of this 1975 Spanish style in Bob-O-Link estates is so incredibly well-preserved, right down to the foiled wallpaper and wood paneling. And boy, is there a lot of wood paneling. Like, two stories of wood paneling and then some.

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Friday Four Hundred: Inside of Gaston Avenue Mid-Century is a Feast For Your Eyeballs

By Joanna England / April 6, 2012 / 0 Comments

Do you remember when you were young and someone told you not to judge a book by its cover? Now, the saying is just a giant cliche, but sometimes you come across something that really typifies this expression. This week’s Friday Four Hundred marketed by Keller Williams City Center’s Vicki White is a perfect example. […]

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