Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Kansas City Tudor Real Estate Day Dream Link

Quick blogger link for those with realistic home ownership fantasies . . . Scaled down from four-dour Or whatever . . .

A Sleek & Modern 1920's Brookside Tudor is Sarah's Pick of the Week - At Home in Kansas City

My latest pick of the week is a sleek, Tudor-style home located in the heart of one of Brookside's best-known subdivisions, Armour Hills. Listed at $510,000, this is one of the highest priced homes in the subdivision to date. Take a look!

4 Comments:

Anonymous said...


Sorry, but that Tudor house is butt ugly, and grossly overpriced. HOA on top of all that for what? The HOA should have stopped that ridiculous upper and lower sun room/porch area that doesn't blend with the style or period of the house.

The other house in Lexington has had a contract on it for a long time now, should be in closing soon.

Anonymous said...

BUY BUY BUY CONSUME!

Anonymous said...

In 1957, the average price of a Brookside home was about 20k. My folks paid 14k for theirs.

Anonymous said...

That is about what they are really worth too.