Unique mid-century modern masterpiece. Entry is flanked by private patio & study that provides access to living room bar. Formal living room has pecky cypress-clad shed roof ceiling with clerestory windows & unique rail-free brass staircase to guest suite with full bath and balcony. Formal dining with ledgestone wall, original buffet & additional storage with access to central courtyard. Kitchen with island merges original metal cabinets with new cherry wood cabinetry & stainless appliances. Central living area with windows on both sides has soaring cedar ceilings & hearthside conversation pit. 3 secondary bedrooms are centered around central stairwell - 2 up with shared bath, 1 below with ensuite bath. 24' x 34' master bedroom has remodeled ensuite master bath, walk-in closet plus 5, 3'-deep, wall closets. 2-room basement - one used as den, the other mechanical - not reflected in sqft. To say there are multiple closets is understatement. Large concrete drive. Elm Creek-bank lot.
This link to the MLS listing provides information about general information about this listing. Given the uniqueness of this house and because MLS caps the number of photos at 40, I've created a gallery of all images for this home.
DFW real estate blog Candy's Dirt gave this listing a nice write-up in their publication that recognized this mid-century marvel and its design by Jimmy Tittle - it's always gratifying when when a metroplex publication recognizes the merits of a unique, historical home in Abilene.