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Meet Us in This 1930 Magnolia Brick Tudor's Secret Garden

Maybe it's just the way it's framed but there's something about the garden space out back that just seems otherworldly. Just makes us want to grab a crossword puzzle and hang out back there all day (assuming it's not raining).

Here's a remodeled 1930 brick Tudor in Magnolia that requires your attention. Asking $1.49M, it may have been updated to remain in pristine condition but it hasn't lost any of that 86-year-old charm.

Maybe it's just the way it's framed but there's something about the garden space out back that just seems otherworldly. Perhaps it makes more sense to say it's from another time. The natural fencing of the shrubs and all of that green just makes us want to grab a crossword puzzle and hang out back there all day (assuming it's not raining).

Inside, all of the classic interior touches remain. It's still a house geared towards entertaining in a sitting room rather than in front of a TV (though that's available too in the basement). The white marble counters in the kitchen take the light and brighten everything even further. The tiling through the bathrooms remains distinct and eye-catching as well.

You could have made a lot of the features inside and outside this house bigger, flashier or more modern. But why would you want to ruin this place?
· 2832 42nd Ave W [Estately]