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Character, Charm Abound in This Alta Vista Jewel

It’s rare to come across a home from the 1920s that’s both preserved the home’s original character and brought in the comfort and elegance of present day. However, that’s exactly what Christi Homar Design LLC has done to this Alta Vista Drive home. “This house was built in 1924, and we redid it as rustic modern,” Homar said, noting its been featured on both DIY and HGTV programs and this is the first time it’s hit the market. A quick walk through and it’s easy to see why the home is feature-worthy with incredibly unique touches that Homar filled it with both inside and out. From 100-yearold pine beams in the kitchen to six-inch dark walnut crown moldings and reclaimed doors and ceiling fans. The main level master suite offers a private veranda that looks out into the woods, while the master bath boasts a stainless bathtub with 125 year-old wormy chestnut surrounding. The new kitchen boasts stainless countertops, brick floors, and back-splash. It opens up to the entire main floor so you can travel seamlessly from end to end. In the backyard, Homar pointed out you’ll find a “glamping tent” that was originally made for comedy tour shoot and it stays with the home. Complete with a custom privacy fence to enjoy outdoor gatherings. More unique details include the wood-burning fireplace in the main living area featuring a firebox with walnut, early 1900’s slate chalkboard and porch ceilings that are woven bamboo with custom aluminum and birch railings. This home includes a 1 year home warranty for the new owners. Showings can start as earlier as Friday, September 10th. To learn more about this home,
or to schedule your private showing, contact Mark Hite at 423-667 -9385.

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