Over in Eastwood, a corner 1940 property that sold in the middle of last month has reappeared on the market. The fresh listing last week, pitched as a duplex or single-family home, has an asking price of $415,000. The seller bought it in April for $334,901.
A pair of front doors open off the sturdy porch (above). One heads directly to a stairwell with a twist . . .
though there’s an optional portal into the first floor’s trimmed-out living space:
The property fits 2,962 sq. ft. of living space onto a 7,838 sq.-ft. lot. There are 5 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms in all. Could this room off the dining room be one of the former?
And then there’s this, one of the 2 master bedrooms:
Here’s the first floor’s kitchen.
Its breakfast nook comes handily fitted with a corner cabinet:
The side entrance faces the Eastwood neighborhood’s namesake street. Access to the garage (and its 720-sq.-ft. quarters) is also from the side street.
That’s it for room showings in the current listing’s tour. The previous listing, however, included a few more views (below). Other than removing furnishings, the power of price ranges, and the passage of time, what merited the price jump?
The downstairs unit opens into repeating archways. The kitchen shows up in cross-view . . .
both ways, to capture the built-ins displaying a healthy glow:
The second floor’s layout pretty much follows the one below:
The dining room’s archway, however, picked up some shape-shifting filler at some point:
The 2-car garage appears to have a garage of its own, occupying former back yard. Meanwhile, the quarters: