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Modern home with Victorian touches asks $480K

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The Indianapolis home has a couple of subtle details up its sleeve

Wood-framed house with gray and green facade.
The home was built in 2003 and features Victorian touches.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Indianapolis, Indiana

Price: $479,900

Built in 2003, this three-story residence located in Indianapolis’s Fall Creek Place is that rare combination of a charming new-build meets traditional architecture. The green-and-gray wood-framed exterior hints at Victorian inspiration, while the modern interiors are bright and airy, with a healthy dose of surprising details that keep it interesting.

The three-bed-three-bath covers 2,740 square feet, with an open-plan living area anchoring the home. Here, high ceilings, an in-wall fireplace, and three split-levels formed by diagonally placed steps create a dynamic space that includes a dining area in a three-story atrium marked by a wall of glass bricks, and a shiny kitchen with a marigold-sided island.

A black metal spiraling staircase, which provides a stark contrast to the white walls, leads upstairs, where a master suite and an additional bathroom are located. On the attic floor, a cozy family room and office are tucked under vaulted ceilings.

Out back, the rear facade features an angled protrusion one on side and a small recess on the other, continuing the subtle details to the outside, where a private yard, hot tub, and shed round out the property. Located at 2427 North Talbott Street, it’s offered at $479,900.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty