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Friday Feature: Unique Curb Appeal

March 8, 2013

I love neighborhoods with all different styles of homes–a bungalow here, a tudor there, a brick colonial on the corner, a low slung ’70s ranch down the street–no two alike. If you like unique houses that don’t look just like the neighbors’, you’re in luck! Today’s Friday Features are three homes with exceptional exteriors, which up their curb appeal.  All three are listed with Century 21 Excellence, in Central Ohio and they’re all fresh on the market (just listed in the last week or so), so contact us here for more information!

This charming Tudor home looks like it could be sitting in the English countryside somewhere! But it’s actually right in Columbus. Inside, it’s all updated and modern, with beautiful finishes everywhere.  I love the open floorplan, and that fireplace! So distinctive and cool.  There are 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths and over 2,500 sq ft, so plenty of space for a family here.  It’s listed at $209,900 with Keith Benner, so call him for more information.


The arches across the front of this Pickerington ranch look very stately to me.  And with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, a larger family would be more than comfortable here.  I also am in love with this screened porch–that dappled light is so pretty! It’s listed at $225,000 with Morgan Phillips, so contact her for more information about this beautiful property.


I love a colonial style home–the symmetry, the angled ceilings in the dormer windows, the strong brick facades… And this one is no exception. Located in Lancaster, this 3 bedroom 4 bathroom (!!) home looks like a model.  I love the dark hardwood floors, and those kitchen cabinets are so chic! It’s listed at $349,000 with Robert Miller, so contact him for more information.


Happy househunting and have a lovely weekend!

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