3511 Haynie Avenue Shoot2Sell

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Hot Property: A Midcentury-Inspired Home in University Park

This five-bedroom build by Snider Plaza is filled with natural light.

3511 Haynie Avenue is in the heart of University Park, just one block away from the restaurants and shops of Snider Plaza. This home was constructed in 1981 and recently remodeled to update its aesthetic and add modern amenities.

From the street, 3511 Haynie seems compact. In reality, it’s a five-bedroom build with over 5,000 square feet of living space.

A circular driveway hugs the well-manicured front lawn, and the home’s unconventional entryway is tucked under the porte-cochere. The home’s façade has a vintage feel, but its bright white hue and wood accents are decidedly twenty-first century.

Step inside to admire the multi-level floorplan; the home feels open and airy, but the rooms are still distinctive because of their varying elevations. An informal living room has several midcentury touches, like a sunburst chandelier, a whitewashed brick fireplace, and built-in shelves that look through to the next room. Climb just a few steps to enter a second living area, which features a wet bar and huge glass doors that slide to reveal the backyard.

The kitchen is full of light wood cabinetry and professional-grade appliances, like a dual oven setup and a refrigerator that would rival a restaurant. The adjacent breakfast nook is a bright, sunny spot to start the day. Its walls and sloped ceiling are made of glass and they frame a view of the landscaping outside.

This home has five bedrooms, one of which is currently set up like an office with floor-to-ceiling shelves. The primary suite includes a fireplace, sitting area, oversized shower, and private balcony that looks onto the outdoor living area.

Though the backyard isn’t especially large, each square foot has been put to good use. A covered patio is large enough to accommodate a dining setup and lounge chairs. The yard itself is constructed from turf, so it’ll stay green year-round. Bamboo grows at the property line to offer shade, while the raised garden bed is situated in the sun to ensure your chosen plants will thrive.

To see more of this home, check out the gallery below.

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