Lakeview builders have their finger on the pulse of what potential homebuyers in the family-centric, park-adjacent neighborhood demand. In the 1950s, that looked like brick split-level and ranch homes. In 2019, it’s sprawling, contemporary homes with open-concept living areas and marble-trimmed bathrooms. This four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom home at 7004 General Diaz Street is a prime example of current Lakeview trends.
Downstairs, the two-story, 3.249-square-foot home has an open living area flanked by a master bedroom suite and a carport. Walls of windows illuminate the pearl-gray space, which is enhanced by crown molding, arched doorways, and bamboo flooring. The kitchen includes stainless-steel Viking appliances.
Upstairs, find three more bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a den. There’s a covered porch out back, plus a fenced yard. The home’s location places it almost equidistant between City Park, Tourmaline Park, and New Basin Canal Park. It’s asking $769,000.
Via: Liz Tardo of Keller Williams Realty