Finding a home in the historic Clarksville neighborhood seems like winning the lottery. The historic and storied area is on the western edge of downtown, and is both hip-adjacent (near Waterloo Records and a graffiti park) and retains a strip of established, small-scale, local shops on West Sixth Street.
The home featured here was built in 1915 and was rebuilt 100 years later with an eye toward maintaining its character and charm. The house has four bedrooms and and three bedrooms and measures 2,313 square feet (with, according to the listing, another 350-square-foot "bonus room," which might or might not be in the attic).
The two-story pier-and-beam home also has a screened-in porch and backyard with two-car garage.
• 808 Blanco Street [Estately[