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Architecturally rich and beautifully renovated turnkey 2+ BD/2 BA Storybook home with magical touches at every turn! Infused with warm natural light, and architectural character, this European-styled home exudes charm inside & out. Built in 1936, this property inspires. Inside, you'll find 1,582 square feet of welcoming space, and every room is brimming with personality. From the hewn timber beams, to its quaint fireplace, built in bench, intricate inlaid parquet hardwood flooring, hand plastered wall finishes, stunning curved staircase, antique stained glass, unique alcove, balcony and much more.
While many original details abound, the residence has been thoughtfully remodeled and updated from 2019-2022. New upgrades include remodeled kitchen and bathrooms, new light fixtures, bathroom fixtures, water heater, upgraded plumbing and electrical. Refinished hardwood floors, freshly painted interior, romantic landscaping and smart home features add to the comfort and beauty.
The main level welcomes you to a light-filled and spacious living room with exposed rafters, relaxing built-in seating and an enchanting fireplace. The sleek kitchen that opens into the dining room is a love song to the modern chef - butcher block countertops, breakfast bar, semi-custom cabinets and Hallman Italian range. On the upper level you’ll discover two bedrooms with balcony and a spa-inspired bathroom with antique stained-glass window and a luxurious soaking tub. Off the kitchen, the bonus/office room provides access to the completely fenced rear yard for privacy and has plenty of patio space for entertaining. A detached 1-car garage with natural light offers flexible use and the perfect spot to let your creativity soar.
Location is A+ so close to Southshore shopping, dining, beach, parks and easy transit options. This special home is magical, unique and gorgeous in equal parts. See it and you will believe!
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