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Sweet vintage Eastside home asks $750K

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Remodeled 1940 house blocks from downtown

Photo of a dark-brown wood bungalow
1203 Holly Street
Via Estately

This Holly Street home is a familiar sight to generations of neighbors and current residents in its East César Chavez neighborhood—some of whom have coveted it, wondering if and when it would ever hit the market.

And now it has. The deceptively large (2,142 square feet) wood-frame house has received an interior remodel that includes many of-the-moment updates and some exterior spiffing up, but not in a way that abandons its essential character.

Built in 1940, the home retains considerable charm and period features, including long-leaf-pine ceilings and original trim throughout It has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as two living areas, an open floor plan, and a chef-style kitchen.

The two-story home has a nicely landscaped yard, a two-car carport, and a backyard with a privacy fence, patios, a couple of storage sheds, and a fire pit. There’s also an balcony overlooking the green space behind the home.

The open kitchen has a breakfast area, breakfast bar, and granite/marble counters.

A second living area leads to stairs with second-floor access.

The master suite is private and includes two closets, a sitting area, and an en suite bathroom.

The back and side of the property feature both a first-floor deck and a second-floor balcony.

1203 Holly Street [Redfin]