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Spunky 1920s remodel in Westview declared ‘bodacious’ at $365K

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Fun-loving three-bedroom near Beltline’s Westside Trail certainly embraces trends

Unsubtle on Ontario Avenue.
Unsubtle on Ontario Avenue.
PalmerHouse Properties

This chipper three-bedroom bungalow in Westview thrusts out its cutesy arms and embraces today’s hottest interior design trends—to largely charming effect.

Built in the 1920s and recently renovated, the home stands maybe four blocks from the Beltline’s Westside Trail, along the Westview PATH route, near the neighborhood’s picturesque cemetery.

Sharply decorated, it’s described in the listing as “bodacious” and a “must see.”

So let’s have a look.

Everything from the jazzy fireplace tile to vanity mirrors and bedroom barn door appears catered to hip HGTV crowds who might be in the market for something fun—and something that screams fun from its bright-blue facade.

The functionality of the back sunroom seems questionable, and the backyard could use some TLC, but the ample porch and deck are certainly winners. Bonus points for original, shiny hardwoods.

Other pertinent numbers: two bedrooms among 1,672 square feet.

Oh, and it listed about a week ago for $365,000.