Since its purchase in 2010 for $65,000, an Eastwood property has gained what is described as — in the most recent of its 3 separate listings so far this year — a 2011 “Craftsman-inspired” home. The current listing has a $519,000 asking price. That’s down from the $555,000 mentioned in its March through April 2014 market debut and its weeklong appearance in early May at $529,999.
Trimmed out in creamy white against the dark-stained white oak flooring, the dining room to the right of the front door (above) has views of the street and the home’s deep front porch. Farther down the central hallway, an archway tunnels into the family room at the back of the 2,667-sq.-ft. home:
A discreet door in the family room leads to a back wing. Could it be the 3-bedroom home’s first-floor master suite? That space gets a double-trimmed ceiling of some sort. There’s only a hint of it in the listing photo:
Downstairs, the floor plan also includes a study, which appears to be located across the foyer from the dining room:
An intricate wood-and-iron bannister finishes the staircase . . .
as well as a sofa-sized alcove:
Upstairs, the rooms get door detailing and kickboard trim, but there’s no crown molding:
This bedroom’s bumped-out window identifies it as the space above the driveway’s porte-cochère . . .
which is located off the kitchen, but has no direct access to it. For that . . .
there’s a back porch with double-wide entry:
The lot-filler of a listing mentions how the 5,350-sq.-ft. property’s fencing is “in progress”:
Across the street, at 4722 McKinney St., is the humped bungalow described here in an earlier listing last year. This expansion of an older home is back on the market and currently listed for $399,990 — a bit lower than the $453,000 it sold for a year ago. But this property is for investors only, a note in the listing indicates: It’s been leased out until October.
- 4723 McKinney St. [HAR]
- 4722 McKinney St. [HAR]
- Previously on Swamplot: Expanding an Eastwood Bungalow Up and Out