Craftsman Cool

Back on the market after a diligent renovation, 2015 E. Blackford Avenue is a modern oasis wrapped in classic packaging.

“The home has been 100 percent redone,” says Jayson Munoz, owner of Munoz Properties and the commercial industrial roofing company Commercial Coatings. “That house is done exactly how I would live in it.”

The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home built in 1927 is Munoz’s — also the owner of Kanpai Sushi and Asian Bistro — seventh remodel in three years and truly is a Tri-State creation. Altstadt Hoffman Plumbing Services, Storm Guard Roofing and Construction, Indianapolis-based Kitchens by Design, Benny’s Flooring, John Diekhoff with Popham Construction, and Wilde Horticulture all collaborated with Munoz on the project.

Equipped with a new roof, HVAC system, LED lights, cedar plank wood flooring, and remodeled bathrooms, the 2,450-sqaure-foot home also has an unfinished basement and an upstairs bonus room with a mounted TV.

The exterior boasts a fenced backyard, while inside the kitchen steals the show with new white concrete countertops, a stainless-steel farmhouse sink, dark gray under-counter cabinets and white upper cabinets, and new appliances.

“It kind of feels like a Craftsman, older-style home, but everything that you touch or see has been redone,” says Munoz. “It’s not cookie cutter by any means.”

Photo provided By Philip Hooper.

2015 E. Blackford Ave.
Listing Price: $221,000
Listing Agent: Philip Hooper, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Indiana Realty HomeServices Indiana Realty

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Jodi Keen
Jodi Keen
Jodi Keen is the managing editor of Evansville Living and Evansville Business magazines.

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