To mangle Tolstoy badly: Every Hyde Park bungalow is a Hyde Park bungalow in its own way. This one has updates that are clearly recent but blend well with older details and avoid being overly precious.
The house was built in 1927 and retains its wooden floors, inviting front porch, clawfoot bathtub, and paneled interior doors. It has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, with the master bedroom tucked away in a private space overlooking the back lawn and the updated master bath featuring granite counters, two sinks, a walk-in shower, and two closets.
The living and dining areas are separated by a pass-through fireplace, and the family room is open to a gourmet kitchen with has granite countertops, recently updated cabinets, and stainless appliances. French doors lead to a covered stone patio in back of the home, which measures 1,429 square feet.
The yard is landscaped with drought tolerant plants, an irrigation system, and a privacy fence and has alley access in back.