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Clarksville Craftsman with loads of charm asks $975K

1919 home in great location

Arts & crafts porch of green house with blue trim, what looks like a bichon frise standing on the railing
608 Oakland Avenue

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]