Glenwood Transformation


This property, located in the Lindsay Creek Subdivision, was vacant, abandoned, and taxdelinquent for 12 years with over $16,000 owed in taxes and liens. The Land Bank acquired this property at a judicial tax sale in 2019.

City tax documents defined it as a single family residence, built in 1954 and boasting three (3) bedrooms and one (1) full bathroom.

Kande, LLC. purchased the property, via an auction and finalized the sale on August 25, 2022.

Original Floorplan

The original home consisted of everything except the Family Room (FR). At some time during the home’s history, the FR was created by enclosing the carport and an adjacent utility. The carport enclosure enabled the square footage to be calculated at over 1400 square feet.
The backyard was accessible via the master bedroom and the FR.

Original Floorplan
Revised Floorplan

Three major features of the redesigned home include an open living room / family room concept, a spacious master bedroom and adjoining master bathroom w/ double vanity sinks, and the addition of a laundry room. Other noteworthy changes include increasing the closet spaces in the two original bedrooms and a kitchen redesign (and movement) to provide more cabinet/storage space.

Revised Floorplan
Summing it up...

The Glenwood Drive Project returned a habitable structure to the City’s tax rolls,removed a community eyesore, revived a neglected portion of a historic communityand exemplifies an effective public private partnership.

The rehabilitated home is up to code and boasts modern, updated features thatcreate a welcoming environment to occupants and increases property values of thesurrounding homes.

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