This fetching wood-frame house in the East-MLK neighborhood between Springdale Road and Highway 183 on the east side of town has received a quality renovation—not all that rare these days as residential redevelopment marches ever eastward—but retains an unusual number of its original features. Those would include wood trim and doors, walnut floors, exposed shiplap, and vaulted ceilings in the kitchen, dining, and master bedroom.
Updates to the 1,072-square-foot home also include honed granite counters and some outstanding tile patterns, as well as nifty centerpiece light fixtures. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom house, built in 1930, has a deck, front porch, zoysia grass, and a fully fenced back yard, plus the expected system and structural updates.
• 1237 Eleanor Street [Redfin]