When we looked for this week’s Thursday Three Hundred, we were hooked in a hot minute when we saw this adorable Old Midland home that is part Spanish, part midcentury modern in style, and deceptively spacious inside, too.
Within walking distance of Hill Park and the duck pond, this five-bedroom, two-bath, 3,215-square-foot home on a corner lot is ideally situated in Old Midland, but with a backyard that’s private enough to feel like you’ve got a retreat.
The location really can’t be beaten — 910 W. Tennessee Ave., is across the street from Midland High, and close enough to the Park Hill neighborhood that you also have downtown views, too.
Built in 1946, the home has been updated and lovingly-maintained, from the hardwood, bamboo, and tile flooring throughout the home to the supersized den with plenty of room to entertain (it even has a fireplace). The formal living room has an additional fireplace, and adorable built-ins bring fun touches to the house as well.
In the adorable period kitchen, stainless appliances and pops of turquoise punctuate a workspace that is homey and lovely — and check out that huge refrigerator!
The master suite features an updated bathroom, as well, and all five bedrooms are generously sized.
Outside, a large backyard is partly a blank slate, ready for someone to put their touches on an outdoor oasis. There’s even a workshop ready for a hobbyist to set up shop.
The home is listed for $335,000, and is listed by Teresa Almand of Pine & Beckett Realtors, who will host an open house Sunday, July 22, from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.