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Renovated midcentury in North Carolina asks $975K

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A good example of a gut renovation gone well

Exterior shot of a dark blue brick ranch style home with large windows, yellow door, and sloping roof with deep overhang making up the carport.
This 1959 home underwent a transformation by local firm In Situ Studio.
Photos via Zillow

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Location: Raleigh, North Carolina

Price: $975,000

It’s a great day to be a North Carolinian—so why not take the Tar Heels’ win as an excuse to look at an example of what the NCAA champion state has to offer in terms of real estate?

Located in Raleigh, this 3,400-square-foot home was built in 1959 and has, since, then, undergone a complete transformation by local firm In Situ Studio. The four-bedroom features a simple, two-story construction clad in brick and an open ranch style floor plan that encompasses a whole lot.

The main floor’s centerpiece is a double-sided brick fireplace that divides the space into several zones, including a formal living and dining area framed by floor-to-ceiling glazing underneath the vaulted and beamed ceiling, a TV den, and an open kitchen. Here, dark custom-built and handmade cabinets by a local craftsman add a hefty touch to the otherwise light and airy space.

The residence also boasts a full basement with kitchenette, more custom cabinetry, and a laundry room, an Astro Turf patio, garage, carport, and much more. Located at 3322 Ocotea Street “Inside the Beltline,” the property is offered at $975,000.

Via: WowHaus, Hillman Real Estate Group