Two of the finest trees that give Shady Circle its name frame this classic brick cottage built in 1930. The blue atlas cedar captures the eye first while the canopy of the black oak by the street provides the signature shade over the property. The home is a gracious one level home with lots of spaces for both formal and easy-going living. The harlequin leaded windows in the living room , the arches separating the rooms, the golden hardwoods and the gracious proportions of each room combine to remind that modern design can mimic but not match the architecture of the inter-war period. Of course, history needs maintenance and behind the scenes updating. 1613 Shady has been maintained and improved with an eye towards another 90 years, including new windows(except for this harlequins up front), an enclosed sunroom and a composite deck off of the kitchen for grilling and outdoor meals. There is a full basement with a concrete floor with room for a workshop and tons of storage with a walkout to the fenced backyard teeming with hydrangeas and other perrennials. The one car garage won't fit a Hummer, but has plenty of room for your convertible and gardening equipment while the driveway has ample space for multiple uses. The owners had moved away from Shady Circle a decade before they bought this home sight unseen. The reasons were that they at least knew the outside of the home and more importantly, they loved their former neighborhood. The Circle is famous for friendliness and walking on a nice evening is how the residents keep up with one another's families. With 15 minutes, one can reach the Tavern or Southern Squeeze. An hour will give you a full tour of Riverview around the park and the golf course. Come visit this amazing home and find out how great design can turn life into fine living.