It's been a while since I've posted available mods, but here they are!
The Better Homes and Gardens 1955 Idea House. Right here in Vestavia Hills. This was a FSBO a couple of years ago and at that time it was still fairly original. It has had some remuddling done to it, but is still a great place with intact bones. $209,900. That's a bargain, folks. Check out the linked flicker set for the vintage magazine articles and some photos of the Vestavia home prior to the recent remodel.
Flicker Set: http://tinyurl.com/BHG-1955
Vestavia on the other end of the scale. If you've got a cool million in your pocket and an appreciation for saltillo and talavera tiles, this 1987 contemporary could be the thing for you.
A Bluff Park Beauty. This is unusual for the 'ham, folks. Take my word for it. The triple barrel vault and the awesome circular fireplace in the basement rec room re well worth the price of admission. Swap out some of that 1990s tile and you've got a rockin' pad, for sure. And on an acre, to boot, for only $239,900! Heck, if someone wants my place, I'd consider selling to move into this one.
An entry from the Tiny Kindom. This is a Mod in the Mountain Brook "Way". Meaning that it has mod tendencies, but in a nice, Southern way. Play it up or play it down -- your call at $599,900.
A couple of Crestwod Cuties, all on the same street and ranging from $169 to $209K! (personally, I like bachelor number three):
Gardendale. Yep, Gardendale. Not heavy on style, but it has some original features and is HUGE. And for $140K, not a bad commute.
Anniston again. I know, it's not Birmingham, but there are an inordinate number of cool mods over there. I'll attribute it to the military influence over the years, or something. Anyway, for $135K, this is pretty cool, and on a golf course to boot.