After decades of conformity, the house at 415 Aurora St. recently set itself apart from the other old bungalows on the block between Arlington and Columbia streets. So long to the pale green paintjob that left it camouflaged in with the lawn and the landscaping; the house wears all black now. And in the spots where typical siding once finished off the roof gables, big glass openings have taken over.
The view they afford, from the loft at the top of the spiral staircase:
Step across zebra rug downstairs on your way back to the dining area:
and the kitchen just beyond it . . .
. . . which includes its own piece of animal-derived decor:
The house hit the market yesterday at an asking price of $748,000.
Back off a separate hallway, there’s this quiet space:
As well as a master bedroom . . .
and non-master bedroom, with adjacent bathroom home to a clawfoot tub and knockoff van Gogh above the toilet:
Out back, a small patio gives way to some rocky ground and the neighbors to the north:
- 415 Aurora St. [HAR]