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Postmodern Ukrainian Village home overflowing with natural light asks $899K

The loft-style home is perfect for art lovers

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This little Ukrainian Village home might not look so enticing from the outside, but behind the grey privacy wall you’ll find clean modern lines, skylights aplenty and a secluded backyard garden.

The three bedroom, two and a half bathroom house has a loft-like interior with vaulted 12-foot ceilings on the top floor. The main floor boasts a double-sided, wood-burning fireplace that divides a long living room, dining room and kitchen space.

The property was constructed in 1991 and might show a little wear from the outside, but the modern interior and clean lines make it a great space for a buyer with a penchant for collecting art. The flat walls and track lighting are ideal for art and similar to what you’d find a gallery. If you’re still working towards that fine art collection and having nearly $900,000 to drop on a house, well then, at least you can dream?

While the bedrooms are not currently enclosed, they do fortunately have cathedral-style ceilings and plenty of gorgeous natural light thanks to the abundant skylights and playful porthole windows.

Arguably the selling point for this home is the flourishing perennial backyard garden. The kitchen on the main floor overlooks the green space that includes a little pond, sculptural art and cedar-shingled garage (complete with adorable French doors!).

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