European flair is a common theme in the East Side’s historic Lincoln- shire district. Developed primarily by architects John Anderson and Henry Veatch, many of the neighborhood’s 1920s-‘30s homes display trademarks of English cottage, Colonial Revival, and more Old and New World styles.
The same is true of 735 College Hwy., a 1928 Tudor Revival with brown brick and vertical trim over the gables of the open air front porch.
The 4,204-square-foot interior, though, is contemporary. Updated in clean, neutral colors by Evansville designer Michael Carron, the kitchen and dining room feature an open concept and exposed beams. The primary bath, framed with artichoke green batten board, is anchored by a central soaking tub and adjacent shower room with a traditional Tudor arched entrance.
More period-centric gems await upstairs, including a powder pink-tiled bathroom and angled ceilings, giving prospective homeowners a balanced blend of old and new.
Listing Price: $530,000
Listing Agent: Mitchell Berry, Key Associates Signature Realty