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A 1930s Tudor-style home with 15-foot cathedral ceilings in now for sale near Woodlawn Lake 

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If you're going to build a home with a high-pitched roof, you might as well make use of that feature on the inside as well — you know, take advantage of some additional headroom.

And that's exactly what the builder of this Tudor-style home near Woodlawn Lake did. Its living room boasts 15-foot cathedral ceilings with a center vault. Throw in a stone fireplace with a wood crest and some funky wall sconces, and we're talking one distinctive den.

According to the property's listing agent, there have been few changes to its Art Deco-era interior since the home was built in 1932. One of the few exceptions is the kitchen, which got an upgrade in the 1950s, but thankfully, the then-owners were smart enough to leave the room's twin wedding cake chandeliers in place.

The three-bedroom, two-bath house is on the market for $329,999.

This home is listed by Gina Candelario with Kuper Sotheby's International Realty.

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