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Contemporary, triangular Audubon Park home asks $1.65 million

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Cathedral ceilings, bamboo floors and a beautiful deck.

330 Walnut Street
Photos by IMOTO, courtesy Pia Laborde

Built in 1933 is a California Bungalow steps away from Audubon Park. However, this isn’t the first time this house hit the market. In January of 2016, the home listed for $2.1 million. In August of 2016 it was reduced to $1.695 million.

The current asking price, as of January 2017, is $1.65 million. At 5,640 square feet, the home is $293 per square foot, which is slightly under the Audubon neighborhood average of $299 per square foot.

The home was recently redesigned by Architect Denis Brady who turned this California bungalow into a bold statement.

This three-story, modern and distinctively designed Audubon home has five bedroom, four bathrooms. Also, as an interesting note, the master suite takes up the entire third story.

Noticed at first site is the home’s unique triangular design adorned by a circular-window emblem that brings originality to the home’s exterior. The home sits up higher than street level. Stone paved steps and path leads into the home’s sizable front yard and covered porch.

Inside then home has a spacious traditional floor plan complimented by its soaring cathedral ceilings and its unique bamboo flooring.

Out back, on the second level, there is a beautiful, expansive uncovered deck that overlooks the home’s backyard area. Underneath, on the basement level, is a covered patio.