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Classic 1940 home in Hancock asks $525K

Brick, mortar, wainscoting

A light red brick one-story 1940 home with big concrete porch, white wooden columns, an inor railing to door, and red door, symmetrical windows on each side
917 East 38-1/2 Street

Built in 1940 on the edge of the central Hancock neighborhood, which has been a location to which many aspired since it was first built, this home reflects the grandeur of the area’s past in less showy, but still lovely, fashion.

The brick home measures 1,500 square feet and has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. In addition to updates to its kitchen and bathrooms, it has refurbished wood floors, wainscoting, and other original features throughout.

There’s a new deck and the requisite gazebo in the backyard, as well as a brick patio and a one-car garage/storage building combo.

917 East 38-1/2 Street [Juice Realty]