This charming Tudor revival home is full of period features and personality. The large living room features curved trey ceilings and an abundance of natural light from its west-facing window. Of the two bathrooms, one features original tile work, a seated vanity area, built-in cabinets, and a re-glazed bathtub, while the other bathroom boasts an updated shower with subway tiles and retro hex tiled floors. There's a dedicated dining room as well as a dining area in the vintage kitchen. A newer heating and AC system delivers up to date comfort air via new ducts and period-correct metal registers. There's even the modern convenience of an indoor laundry set-up. You can walk up a surprising staircase to the attic, which offers a further 600 sq. ft. of endless possibilities under the high pitched roof. The home also has a small basement area, perfect for your wine collection or home brewing, while also offering great access to the home's electrical and plumbing systems. The property's long driveway can hold five cars and leads to a detached garage at the rear. There's even a dedicated 220V hookup for an EV. In the back yard there's a covered patio overlooking the garden, ready for outdoor dining and entertaining. The home's front and rear gardens host mature drought-tolerant landscaping and an abundance of fruit trees. This c. 1931 home is a possible candidate for National Historic Registry and a Mills Act contract for reduced property taxes. Prof. photos coming soon.
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