SPONSORED: This meticulously renovated mid-century home has been lovingly restored with an architect’s eye for detail. Located at 3411 S. Summerlin Avenue [GMap] the 1,716 SF home was originally built in 1956 to crown a 7,405 SF lot and features three bedrooms, two baths, a drought tolerant yard, and an abundance of natural light

The staggered living areas are part of an open and flowing layout, from the dining space with its transom windows to the attached main living space, all centered by the original brick fireplace that has been worked back to its 1956 luster.

The home boasts glowing wood paneling, tile work, and a newly placed polished concrete design to better match the home’s modern architecture.

The renovated kitchen now features modern cabinets, high-end quartz counter tops, and state-of-the-art appliances; a sub-zero refrigerator, and Viking Appliance stove, microwave, and dishwasher.

The home also has an indoor laundry, utility room, and an office/potential man cave room in addition to the three-bedroom floor plan.

The fully fenced-in backyard features a beautifully-done xeriscape, an expansive deck with new wood decking, updated irrigation system, zoysia grass, custom lighting and the property is pre-wired for a security system.

The current asking price is $368,900.

Click HERE to see the listing or to arrange a tour. Contact Christine Elias, The Urban Dog Real Estate Group, Coldwell Banker Real Estate of Winter Park for more information at [email protected] or 321-231-5814.

Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of Bungalower.com

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