This Woodstock cottage was born in 1951 and has a rambling, Midcentury Modern style.
It has three bedrooms and one bath, with lots of potential for a glam-up. The exterior is cute, with pops of purple accenting it’s black-and-white facade.
The living and dining areas share a cherry-look laminate floor. A big bay window, flanked by built-in bookcases, drenches the space in sunlight.
A stone fireplace in the living room supplements the oil heat in the winter.
The dining area is big and also brightly lit by big windows. The pink walls probably will get an update from the new owner.
The listing doesn’t show much of the kitchen—just this side, with its electric stove backed by gray tile, and a white fridge.
It’s an eat-in kitchen, with room for this vintage dining set. The brown floor tile could use an update, along with the rest of the kitchen if the new owner desires.
This is one of the three bedrooms. It’s got a knotty pine floor and lots of pink paint.
There’s a laundry room…
…with built-in wooden shelving for storage.
A screened-in porch sits on the back end of the house, with stairs out to a rustic stone patio and a stone-wall planter that’s perfect for a shade garden.
Imagine catching a cool breeze in here on a summer day.
The one-car garage has a purple-and-white color scheme but is in need of repair.
This cute cottage measures just over 1,000 square feet; it sits on a third of an acre at the end of a winding lane, with Woodstock Creek bordering the backyard. It’s a six-minute walk to Rock City Road and scrumptious Asian eats at Good Night among the plethora of shopping and restaurants available downtown.
If this cute country cottage sparks your interest, find out more about 49 Mountain Avenue, Woodstock, from Margo Obourn with Win Morrison Realty.