We’re thrilled to see how much love Westwood housing stock has been getting in recent years; as one of the city’s oldest suburbs, it figures prominently in Queen City history. It’s also a fantastic place to find established neighborhoods with older and more affordable homes, like this 1924 six-bedroom.
Out front, we’re enamored with the living room windows and matching archways on the porch beside them. Inside, we can’t decide which built-ins we like best: the butler’s pantry cabinets just off the breakfast room, the window seat in the sunroom, the other window seat in the bedroom or the wall of linen drawers in an upstairs hall.
Like so many older Westwood properties, this had been converted to a two family somewhere along the line. The current owners bought it at auction in 2016, then got to work turning it back into a single family home. They’ve lived in the home as they’ve both restored and updated it, says listing agent Scott Oyler; now, they’re moving out of town—a loss for Westwood but a lucky break for whoever buys it next.
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