This Victorian Village Gem Has The Spacious Downtown Living You’ve Been Dreaming Of
Some things get better with time, and this home is absolutely one of them.
This Victorian Village gem was built way back in 1899, and it has the charm and character to prove it. The home has been beautifully maintained, with stunning fireplaces, built-in units, and a bathroom that screams “Grecian goddess”.
Currently listed for $725,000, the house sits on a corner lot, just steps from everything the Short North Arts District has to offer. There’s three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, and two-car garage, which means you won’t have to worry about permitted parking. The attic is an entertainer’s dream, with vaulted ceilings and a wet bar. Let’s dive right in because we have a lot to admire my friends.
The first thing you’ll probably notice in this house is how spacious it is. 3,358 square feet, to be exact.
The second thing you’ll notice will be the fireplaces. They’re all interesting, unique, and they each bring wonderful antique vibes to the place.
The home is full of great touches, like incredible woodwork and beautiful hardwood floors.
Old houses are beautiful, but old kitchens can be a drag. You won’t have to worry about that here though. This kitchen is modern, with plenty of storage, updated appliances, and some timeless subway tile.
We love a good stained-glass moment.
This master bedroom is giving me so many ideas. Look out Pinterest, I’m coming for you.
An arched, cased opening in my bedroom? Where do I sign?
Remember that Grecian bathroom we talked about earlier? Well here she is, in all her glory.
It’s bold and I love it.
This attic has so many things going for it. The height of the ceilings, the natural light, the built in bookshelves. I’m confused by the carpet, but that’s nothing that a trip to Lowes can’t fix.
Seriously, can you imagine the parties up here? This is a gameday gathering place if I’ve ever seen one.
Speaking of game day, grilling out on this deck seems like a great way to spend a fall afternoon.
You deserve this house. Come on, friends. Let’s party on this deck like it’s 1899.
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