This unique and wonderful home was built in 1929 after the Fern Oaks subdivision was created. It has a wonderful ownership pedigree dating back to records from 1934. The design evolved into a Spanish Revival still, popular in the 1920's. The original size was 980 square but two permitted additions occurred in 1959. Beautiful wood floors from that era mark the interior. The rear of the home has a spacious open beam family room that captures the beauty of the spacious and green rear yard. There are no modern upgrades but the home has been maintained well. Formal dining area is adjacent to the kitchen with wood floorings and sunny windows. The home is charming and while there may be justification for updating, you would not want to spoil the natural beauty. Owner is right-sizing and has loved this home for 15 years. The oaks is known for its natural beauty, neighborhood school and magestic oak trees. A 19-unit subdivision is located short blocks away with single story homes starting in the low $800, 000's.