Midcentury in Midtown Open House – 1005 McClendon Drive

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This classic Tallahassee brick home on a large corner lot was originally built by Carl Ferrell and has been brought into modernity since 2010 with the creative vision of Architects | Lewis + Whitlock.

Charming Tree-Lined Streets In The Center Of It All

Midtown Tallahassee is one of the hottest in-town communities. It is popular because of it’s convenient in-town location. The area known as Midtown is close to downtown, hospitals, cascades, a variety of parks, and some of the hippest restaurants and shops in Tallahassee. Many of the homes in Midtown are older homes that include charming updates and remodels. From classic Southern homes to midcentury ranches, the homes in Midtown are filled with stunning features and the benefit of real character.

Open House Sunday 7-16-17 From 2-4

Join us this Sunday from 2-4pm and take a look at this stunning midcentury home!

About This Home

Timeless oak wood floors run through the living spaces, hall and bedrooms. The hall bath offers a retro feel and the master has been tastefully updated with subway and penny tiles. The kitchen offers new cabinets, quartz counters, tiled backsplash, Energy Star stainless steel appliances and upgraded fixtures.

The Midtown/Oldtown location is near-unbeatable and will be appreciated by all who value convenience – a stone’s throw from Tallahassee Memorial Hospital and easily accessible to schools, shopping, dining and beautiful parks – yet nestled in a quiet circle where only immediate neighbors pass by.

Notable exterior features include metal roof, some insulated windows, large 2-car carport with adjoining storage and fenced yard with two decks. Call for more information or a private tour today.

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  • MLS# 283429
  • 1005 Mcclendon Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32308
  • 4bed – 2bath – 1,804sq ft
  • Lot Size 15,246sq ft
  • Built1957

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