Charming Craftsman on a tree-lined street in South Cap. Enter from the comfy sitting porch with tin coffered ceilings, and suddenly the 1920’s era Craftsman is behind you and you’re looking at today’s current hot trend–Mid-Century Modern. Sellers have lovingly updated the interior of this home to create an open floor plan with a great room space opening onto the brand new kitchen. The kitchen has all new Bosch appliances and a breakfast bar. There’s also formal dining space. They added a book case and coat closet hidden behind a barn-door from the former Opera clubhouse. The guest bathroom has been recently upgraded to fit the feel of the remodeled living space. The Master Bedroom is large and filled with light. A sweet second bedroom (currently used as a nursery is next to Master). Next to the kitchen is a sunroom that could be used as a breakfast nook or office. Storage space was added. Leave the sunroom and enter the large yard, with new patio and multiple gathering spots to gaze at fruit trees and gardens. Downstairs is a basement workshop and a media room with 900 heated square feet that could also be a guest room. A 7 minute walk to the Plaza and right around the corner from Wood Gormley. Back to the sitting porch–there’s no house directly across the street so you can actually get sunset views in town. This sweet home has it all!!
About South Capitol:
The top-rated public Wood Gormley elementary school is centrally located in this neighborhood.
The neighborhood was established in the early part of the Twentieth Century to accommodate the growing railroad industry. South Capitol has the largest mix of architectural styles—from bungalows to brick homes to older adobes— all working together. The neighborhood’s trees are old and large, the sidewalks broad and well-planned.