Overhauled this year, a 1935 Broadmoor foursquare across the street from a small park is aiming for a sale price of $339,000 — after a purchase in August 2013 for $127,500. What comes with a more-than-$200K bounce? Some of the updates to the property, which is located west of Telephone Rd. and near the neighborhood’s namesake street, include a renovated kitchen and bathrooms, roof, electrical and plumbing systems, and air conditioning. But the home’s interior has kept its 80-year-old proportions, trim, and efficient floor plan:
An off-center porch entry lands in the front room, the back of which houses the staircase (pictured at the top of this story).
French doors separate the living and dining rooms. The latter’s finishes include a triple window and an accent wall of wooden planks (also uncovered in the stairwell).
The revised kitchen’s peninsula extends the counter surface and under-counter storage:
All 4 bedrooms are upstairs; each has a 10-ft. dimension. The master suite (measuring 10 ft. by 14 ft.) accesses a corner deck at the back of the 2,304-sq.-ft. home:
This appears to be the home’s other full bathroom:
A porch on the back of the home faces southwest:
There’s a driveway but no garage. Instead, a portion of the back lot houses an extra building with kitchenette and toilet:
Broadmore-Kretschman Park is right across the street from the property’s 6,250-sq.-ft. lot:
- 1510 Pearson St. [HAR]