A nicely renovated frame home in Hyde Park seems like a pretty good deal at this asking price—and an even better one when you add in an income-producing efficiency cottage in the back yard.
The main house, built in 1932, has one of those great Hyde Park front porches, along with a screened-in porch in back. It has two bedrooms and one bathroom and measures 1,264 square feet.
Interiors look to have been recently updated in a neutral fashion that melds reasonably with period details. The back efficiency is kind of adorable in that tiny-house way, though we might take down the Cape Cod-ification a notch or two.
• 4706 Avenue H (Redfin)