Welcome to The Lunar Lander, featured on the Season 5 premiere of HGTV’s Fixer Upper. This 1930s Tudor is brimming with character and charm, beginning with striking curb appeal aided by the famous moon-shaped cutout on the front door which gave the house its name. The arch of the front door will be echoed in other areas throughout the house. Original, refinished hardwood floors, wooden roman shades on all the windows, and the added beams in the living room give the home a warm, cozy feel even among the modern updates. Arched built-ins welcome you to the dining room, surrounded by windows and appointed by board & batten walls that provide a bright, clean feeling underneath the moody blue color above. The kitchen features a live-edge bar top in front of the windows, perfect for morning coffee and also a place to chill while someone is working in the kitchen. Behind the arched, mirrored doors you’ll find a roomy pantry. In the heart of the kitchen are gorgeous cabinets, hardware, countertops and backsplash, and even a pot-filler over the gas range. The room is completed with a floor-to-ceiling cork wall, an eye-catching feature. Two large bedrooms can be found at the end of the hall, each with great natural light and good storage. A 3rd bedroom or office features 3 live-edge shelves. Outside you’ll find a big backyard and a nice patio off the detached 2-car garage. You have to come see this one!