This brick home located on a corner lot in the cozy central Hancock enclave seems to been meticulously cared and minimally modified, both rare and good things. Built in 1930, it retains much of the style of its era and has a few updates that enhance the vintage details.
The one-story home features two bedrooms and two bathrooms and measures 1,930 square feet. It also includes a flex/bonus room and a large sunroom.
Its original wood floors have been nicely maintained and refinished, and original windows and screens are present and functional.
The kitchen has been renovated and sports a more modern look due to details such as marble/granite countertops, although the cabinets look to be original or good copies. There’s also a 140-square-foot basement that the listing suggests could be a wine cellar and a floored attic that measures 600 square feet (but apparently has not been renovated/finished out).
• 3200 Harris Park Avenue [Heritage Group Realty]