A Classic Foursquare in Mesta Park of OKC
This listing shows what great photos can do.
They show off the house at its best.
This home is in Mesta Park, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Oklahoma City.
It's architecture includes Amercian foursquares, territorial style homes and large and small bungalows.
This is the entry room with fireplace.
The furnishings are pretty minimal in this home.
I love all the big white woodwork.
Not a fan of this furniture in this room or the light fixture but all easily changed.
I'd like this kitchen a lot if it were in another home. It's not the right style for this home.
I do love the black distressed freestanding cabinet.
The aqua and green cabinets are very pretty but I think this home screams for a
traditional white kitchen with cabinets to the ceiling.
That rug makes no sense whatso-ever.
I do like this type of kitchen in that you step down into it from the front staircase.
Many of the homes in Mesta Park have these step down kitchens.
I think they are quaint. I don't know what purpose the step down provided though.
Everything in this kitchen is pretty...it just doesn't belong in this house.
Oh...that rug is unforgivable.
I do love that black cabinet as pantry.
Nice bright office.
Bathroom is a bland but it wouldn't take much to make it beautiful.
Nice little guest room
Wow! Neon green nursery. I wonder if they have trouble getting the babies to sleep?
I would think that color would over stimulate them.
Upstairs media room in what I'm sure used to be the attic.
A fun place to watch movies.
Odd bathroom upstairs. It's funky and fun.
I love the mirror hanging on the brick chimney.
A shot of the backstairs going down.
Perfect back deck
So pretty at Twilight.
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