Jeff Warden
Re/Max Realty Professionals
The enduring popularity of the Mid-Century Modern architectural style, roughly lasting from the mid-1930’s to mid-1960, is based on many factors. The essence of clean lines and a love for different materials are timeless and continue to appeal to today’s homeowners. Distinguished features consist of a classic, understated look with minimal fuss. Functionality, minimal ornamentation, and traditional as well as non-traditional materials are key to the finished product. 1411 S Pickwick Place has now been transformed to reflect the architecture of ideas. Featuring red oak hardwood floors, granite, quartz, stucco, curly maple and cedar accenting the home with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, foyer, great room, dining area, kitchen, and laundry on the ground floor and a study/workout room or 4th bedroom in the walkout lower level. 4 uniquely designed outdoor living spaces, an oversized 2 car garage plus a 1 car tandem storage garage. All on .43 acre of luscious elevated grounds in the heart of Bloomington. Only minutes to downtown, campus, shopping and restaurants.
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