East Hill Art Deco beauty high on a large lot with camellias, crepe myrtles, bottle brush trees, a huge Heritage Live Oak, jasmine and mandavilla. Greeting you at the front door are two concrete urns with blooming red geraniums. Built in 1938 and beautifully restored to maintain its charm. Gleaming hardwood floors, remodeled kitchen with all Kitchen Aid appliances, including gas stove and electric oven, updated bathrooms, freshly painted inside and out. All 43 windows replaced with high impact PGT wind guard. Limited view of Bayou Texar from upstairs porch, great for outdoor eating and parties year round. Gas ventless Empire Comfort System Fireplace with remote control added 12/2/19. Office has built in beautiful pine cabinets and doors, next to a cedar closet. Access to parking has been re-done adding built in cabinets and a washer and dryer area. Practically new Nadien gas water heater provides instant hot water with recirculating loop for the whole house. In addition to all the upgrades recently done, the home is unique to the area of traditional houses and cottages.1938 was a very good year! Folks would gather on a Sunday afternoon on the hill at Bayview for a picnic lunch, then drive through the local area to view the different styles of homes. This home stood out then, and still does today with a modern look. Gleaming white with curved entrance accented with decorative glass blocks, a cool touch then and a conversation piece today. Anyone looking for a home in East Hill with a modern touch will find this just about perfect.
Listing courtesy of Levin Rinke Realty.