Be the New Proud Owner of the ‘Pink Potty Palace’ in Shreveport
The 'Pink Potty Palace,' for sale now in Shreveport, LA, is a dream for fans of Mid-Century Modern home design.
What is Mid-Century Modern home design?
We went to HGTV to find out what they mean by 'mid-century modern' architecture since they're the experts. HGTV.com describes it as being, 'characterized by minimal fuss and ornamentation, along with sleek lines juxtaposed by organic shapes.' They went on to say that if you're a fan of the style and your home isn't 'MCM' you can achieve the look using sleek furnishings and home decor.
What's up with this 'Pink Potty Palace?'
If you're looking for a nice-sized house in the fantastic Shreve Island neighborhood in Shreveport, the 'Pink Potty Palace' just might be for you! This 2,321-square-foot home built in 1956 has three bedrooms and two bathrooms and it's right in the middle of it all, situated on Captain Shreve Drive. That means it's within walking distance to our local Mardi Gras parades. That's a good thing because this home was clearly made for entertaining with two large living areas.
The 'Pink Potty Palace' is being offered for sale by Thomas DuBois with Coldwell Banker Apex for $235,000. That's just $101 per square foot or an estimated $1,792 monthly payment. However, this house is already under contract. You might ask, 'Why are we featuring this home if it's under contract already?' Well, it's because of its fantastic pink bathroom! Trust me, we're not making fun. My mother has a mint-colored potty, tub, and sink in her home. We love it because it's such a cool throwback. Let's check it out :)
Be the New Proud Owner of the Pink Potty Palace in Shreveport
Gallery Credit: Thomas DuBois with Coldwell Banker Apex via Redfin.com
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