Tucked away in Amarillo's Wolflin neighborhood, this home is the epitome of luxury, comfort, and taste. Behind a vintage-styled exterior, this house hosts five bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths along with some spacious living and dining areas, well suited for large gathering

Throughout the house, wood outlines and covers the floors, trim and moldings, shutters, and designer fabrics, in many of this home's rooms. You won't have to worry about the cold since the house is outfitted with five fireplaces which serve as the centerpieces to five different rooms throughout the house.

Every bedroom, bath, and closet within this residence has its own unique features. The master suite features its own library/bar, a spacious private bedroom that includes its own loft, and a luxurious bath accompanied by its own sizable closet. The kitchen and breakfast room allow for natural light and is well equipped for serving large numbers of people.

Recent updates to this home also enhance its value and accommadability. Some of these improvements include a  replacement of the air conditioning unit for the fifth bedroom, the installation of a new condenser on the front of the home, and various improvements to bathrooms throughout the house.

One of the most notable improvements to this house lies in the renovation of the basement, transforming this space into a living area well suited for a mancave or a video game room. This home will not disappoint you if you are looking for large, open spaces and a modern yet vintage feel.

Wolflin Gem With Large, Open Spaces

Gallery Credit: Helen H Benton, Thatcher Realtors

Untouched by Time: The Historic Homes of Polk Street Then & Now

You know you've entered Amarillo's historic district once you hit the red brick roads of Center City. A unique reflection of past and present, Amarillo's historic homes seem to pose pristinely against the curb.

These large, thoughtfully designed historic homes are part of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Amarillo. But most residents will agree that nothing quite tops the staggering royal beauty of the grand homes of Polk Street. Built by Amarillo's founding fathers, the looming estates of South Polk are a sight to behold.

Check out these stunning comparison photos that show how these gorgeous structures have remained nearly untouched by time.

Gallery Credit: Sarah Clark

Sixth Street Over The Years - WOW! What A Change!

Sixth Street in Amarillo looked incredibly different not too long ago. Have you forgotten what it looked like in 2007? Buckle up, the ride is incredible.

Gallery Credit: Sarah Clark

Amarillo's Cursed Buildings – Historic Route 66, 2813 SW 6th

There are some places around town that just can't seem to stay in business for very long. This is one of them.

The address of the cursed building is 2813 SW 6th Street. This building was originally built in 1930. This place was originally a service station. I'm sure in the heydays of Rt. 66, this place was the place to stop to get your car serviced. However, in the last 15 years, this building has seen many different faces.

Gallery Credit: Lori Crofford

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