In Highland Park, this charming craftsman, built in 1900, sits in a Historic Preservation Overlay Zone in an area called “Professor’s Row.” Making careful remodeling decisions to not alter the interior so that it remained consistent with the exterior, this home has been expertly remodeled from the studs up retaining the original architectural details. Situated on a 7,365 square foot lot surrounded by a low hand-built rock barrier, wrought iron fence and drought resistant plants, this home offers plenty of entertaining areas surrounding the pool and easy indoor/ outdoor flow.
A signature among craftsman homes, this property offers a wide welcoming front patio.
The living room of this home seamlessly connects with the dining room/ kitchen and includes wood flooring throughout and an open rafter style ceiling. Large windows in every room let in daylight and help to create a spacious environment in this 1,516 square foot home.
Completely remodeled in 2006, the home has updated electrical, plumbing and adding separate HVAC systems for upstairs and down.
The chef’s kitchen includes marble counters, custom cabinets and a professional four-burner gas stove. With cabinetry and counters focused on one side of the kitchen this space incorporates a built-in desk/office area which overlooks the patio.
Upstairs there are two nicely sized master bedrooms with wood floors throughout. Both rooms have pitched ceilings following the lines of the roof creating dramatic open spaces. There are two full bathrooms on the second floor both include spa-like serene walk-in showers and one has a vintage soaking tub with a sky light!
The second master bedroom upstairs features its own sun porch, here set up with an extra bed, this would make great upstairs den or office.
With ample outdoor entertaining areas, open interior spaces and treetop views, this home is move-in ready and is sure to go quickly!
Listing courtesy of Mark R Murphy, Brock Real Estate