D Sale of the Week: 9831 Ravensway Dr.

This Lake Highlands modern, in a quiet, wooded neighborhood, has great views to the outdoors from all sides.

This 1975 home designed by an architect—for himself—has Brady Bunch written all over it. List price: $395,000. photography courtesy of Virginia Cook Realtors
Modernists will whip out their checkbooks for this Lake Highlands pup, set in a quiet, wooded neighborhood, and perhaps reap that first-time home buyer’s reward. (List price: $395,000.) This 1975 home designed by
an architect—for himself—has Brady Bunch written all over it. The
architect did a magnificent job of situating the 3,059-square-foot home to
take full advantage of the lush, wooded property; every twig
is visible from the inside. Notice the original architectural design elements: high, wood
ceilings; exposed brick walls; floating built-ins; and
brick paver flooring. Entertainers will love the floor-to-ceiling windows that afford views to the
shaded lawn and pool area, as well as the main living area—complete with brick fireplace—that flows
into a covered poolside patio area. A
second living area opens to a private courtyard and
kitchen with original cabinets and counter-height windows—pass through the burgers! Bonus: even the office opens to the pool. Upstairs, there’s a
large master suite with two walk-in closets and large master bath with
jetted tub, plus two additional bedrooms, bath, darkroom, and storage.

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