Do we wish we had better photographs of this cute, classic home in the heart of Clarksville? Yes, yes, we do. Would we like for the ones we do have to be a little less detail-oriented, in some cases? But of course.
Nevertheless, 1) the pup on the porch totally makes up for it, 2) one can still get a sense of how thoroughly the classic Clarksville bohemian nature of the 2,589-square-foot house remains intact, both spiritually and literally, and 3) it’s on such an iconic street, it probably doesn’t ned them.
Built in 1919, the Craftsman-style home looks pretty true to its original style and is perhaps in period condition, as well. It has many original doors and windows, a classic front porch and columns, a fireplace, paneled doors, exposed shiplap, wooden floors, built-in benches and shelves—and even old-timey, probably/hopefully decorative-only heaters.
The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home sits hillside in the much-desired central neighborhood close to many, many popular shops, restaurants, bars, and parks, it also has pretty insane views of downtown.
• 608 Oakland Avenue [Redfin]