Iconic Mid Century Modern Home

Saturday, September 22, 2018 11:00 AM

REALTY EXECUTIVES Sudduth Realty, Inc.

This iconic Augusta home is an expression of the mid-century modern era. It’s Cliff Drive address well describes the three story home built on a steep Cliff near downtown Augusta and the Middle School. Built in 1954 by Augustan Weldon Reagor, it’s mid-century style is represented throughout the home with minimalist design elements and clean lines. Many of the homes features have been kept original including an abundance of custom-built mahogany cabinets and woodwork and various original lighting fixtures. It even has a built-in mail box keeping your mail safe from the outdoor elements. As you enter through the front door past the mahogany built-ins to the vast living area, you’ll experience an expansive view of the outdoors with windows reaching the entire height of the vaulted ceiling. The efficiency kitchen includes a prep counter, a pantry, an eating bar and the refrigerator and stove remain with the home. The dining area showcases yet another wall of beautiful, mahogany built-ins and is also adorned with large windows. The main floor is complete with a half bath and entrance into the single car garage. The floating staircase leading upstairs includes a laundry shoot and access to the master bedroom which provides a breathtaking view of the living area below. The second floor also houses three additional bedrooms, all with custom-built, mahogany storage closets and a spacious full bath. The basement area includes a family room, laundry room with built-in sink and cabinet, washer and dryer, bathroom with shower, a concrete safe room which can also be used for storage and a deck overlooking the terraced back yard with a _14__ ‘ x _16__’ storage building. This home was updated with a new roof in 2016 and new heating and air in 2017. Preview this one-of-a-kind home today and prepare to appreciate the mid-century style of days gone by.

735 Cliff Dr, Augusta, KS US

This iconic Augusta home is an expression of the mid-century modern era. It’s Cliff Drive address well describes the three story home built on a steep Cliff near downtown Augusta and the Middle School. Built in 1954 by Augustan Weldon Reagor, it’s mid-century style is represented throughout the home with minimalist design elements and clean lines. Many of the homes features have been kept original including an abundance of custom-built mahogany cabinets and woodwork and various original lighting fixtures. It even has a built-in mail box keeping your mail safe from the outdoor elements. As you enter through the front door past the mahogany built-ins to the vast living area, you’ll experience an expansive view of the outdoors with windows reaching the entire height of the vaulted ceiling. The efficiency kitchen includes a prep counter, a pantry, an eating bar and the refrigerator and stove remain with the home. The dining area showcases yet another wall of beautiful, mahogany built-ins and is also adorned with large windows. The main floor is complete with a half bath and entrance into the single car garage. The floating staircase leading upstairs includes a laundry shoot and access to the master bedroom which provides a breathtaking view of the living area below. The second floor also houses three additional bedrooms, all with custom-built, mahogany storage closets and a spacious full bath. The basement area includes a family room, laundry room with built-in sink and cabinet, washer and dryer, bathroom with shower, a concrete safe room which can also be used for storage and a deck overlooking the terraced back yard with a _14__ ‘ x _16__’ storage building. This home was updated with a new roof in 2016 and new heating and air in 2017. Preview this one-of-a-kind home today and prepare to appreciate the mid-century style of days gone by.

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