Friday, April 19, 2013

1975 E Kleindale Road

Once you discover Richland Heights, every other Central Tucson neighborhood pales in comparison.
It's truly unique: huge lots, wide streets, close to the shops and restaurants on Campbell, and only two miles north of UofA. Miles and miles of biking and walking paths start at the Rillito River, about a mile away.

Unlike most of Central Tucson, here you are not in the flight path of the air force base. Check out the big, beautiful fireplace and open-beamed ceiling. Mid-century modern architecture is alive and unadulterated in this gracious home.

Living room, dining area, master suite and breakfast/family room all have sliding doors leading to the covered porch hugging the entire length of the house. You'll be delighted by the views of the snow on the Catalina Mountains in the winter and the dramatic lightning storms in the summer.
Four bedrooms, plus a den next the foyer--a great office or guest room. Kitchen counter and one of the three bathrooms are wheelchair accessible.

The 0.41 acre lot is rare in Central Tucson. So are the garage, workshop and abundant storage space inside and out. The interactive floor plan is here. Sold for $250,000 on June 28, 2013 to the perfect buyers. They love everything about the mid-twentieth century, and they appreciated the original character and fabulosity of this home. They don't plan to change a thing, which I think is keen.

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