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Circa-1925 Mediterranean-style home in Fountainebleau wants $625K

A brick patio and guest cottage complete the 2,256-square-foot spread

Photos courtesy Aaron Dare of Crane Real Estate Brokers

This home’s red tile roof, stuccoed walls, and archways are just a few hallmarks of Mediterranean style—which was all the rage when it was built in the 1920s.

Extensively updated in 2016, the three-bedroom, two-bathroom abode’s au courant interior complements its beautifully preserved bones. Modern geometric light fixtures juxtapose original millwork, and fiddle leaf figs find an optimal growing environment in the light-filled living room, which is wrapped with arched windows.

With its tile backsplash, concrete countertops, and stainless-steel appliances, the renovated kitchen has a utilitarian edge. It is joined by an equally functional kitchenette in the 360-square-foot guest cottage, which includes a paneled island and full bathroom.

The main house covers 1,896 square feet of living area and makes good use of its leafy lot. In addition to the myriad windows overlooking oak-lined Audubon Boulevard, it has parking for two cars and an inviting brick patio (styled with a fire pit for extra entertaining points).

It’s asking $625,000.

Via: Aaron Dare of Crane Real Estate Brokers


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