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1928 Spanish Revival with eclectic interiors asks $797K

Located in the Willo Historic District in Phoenix

Front of white Spanish Revival style house with red roof tiles, white stucco walls, arched doorway and square and rectangular windows.
The home was built in 1928, but the interiors tell a different story.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Phoenix, Arizona

Price: $797,000

Built in 1928, this charming Spanish Mission Revival home paints a striking picture. From its classic facade, to the arches and windows throughout, the 3,026-square-foot three-bedroom features—shall we say—an eclectic mix of colors and styles.

The residence boasts original details like high, coved ceilings, hardwood and tiled floors, and beveled windows, and combines them with crown molding, coffered ceilings in the kitchen, and other architectural choices that are a bit head-scratching, but still work, weirdly.

Anachronism aside, there’s still a lot to like, including that kitchen with arched yellow cabinets, red walls, and Spanish tile backsplash, and the other medieval-meets-Italian rooms, if not for the decor’s commitment to a style alone.

Still, the bones are strong and could certainly withstand another overhaul, if your heart so desires. Located at 326 West Cypress Street, it’s offered at $797,000.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty