Today’s edition of Swamplot is brought to you by the 4-bedroom, 3-1/2-bath home at 2115 Gostick St. in the Heights subdivision known as Gostic. Thanks for the support!
Okay, Heightsers (or would-be Heightsers): Which shopping district? Old standby 19th St. (Vietnam Restaurant, Cutthroat) or up-and-coming E. 20th (Nam Eatery, Birds Barbershop)? Heights & Yale or N. Main & Studewood? No need to stick to one or the other — if you’re living in this American Foursquare built in 2007 by Modern Bungalow on Gostick St. between E. 21st and E. 22nd. Because it’s convenient to both. Plus: porches. A nice welcoming one streetside, as well as the screened-in one in back pictured above for mosquito-free outdoor hobnobbing.
You’ll find a familiar rooms-to-the-corners layout inside (that’s why it’s called a Foursquare). A 2015 renovation added the fourth bedroom and full bath on the third floor (teen suite, office, studio, or playroom). The 2-car garage has its entrance off the alley, leaving room for an actual back yard.
If this perch and its porches is of interest to you, check out the property website for 2115 Gostick St., where you’ll find more details and photos.
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