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Situated picturesquely in what is now the popular Woodlea Melrose Neighborhood, this 1929 Tudor revival was one of the first six homes built on what used to be a 47-acre lettuce farm.

The property was extensively remodeled in 2018 and boasts a luxurious kitchen with custom cabinetry, subzero fridge and antique Aristocrat O' Keefe & Merritt oven, in addition to three bedrooms, updated baths and living areas. The semi-finished attic offers an additional 1,500 square feet of living space, which could serve as added guest quarters, yoga studio or artist loft — or perhaps a library/writer’s escape to provide inspiration for the next great American novel or fairytale fantasy.

The fully enclosed backyard offers boasts a two-story terrace, quirky playhouse, multiple patios and gathering spaces, all surrounded by lush vegetation courtesy of the flood irrigation, which creates a serene setting in the heart of this vibrant Midtown Phoenix neighborhood.

Location: 707 W Mackenzie Dr., Phoenix, AZ 85013
Built:  1929
Square feet: 1,589
Bedroom/Bathroom: 3/1.75
Price: $699,900
Listed by: David Cooney, Launch Real Estate

Listing facts and photos courtesy of listing agent/Redfin.com

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