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Classic Hyde Park bungalow from 1920s seeks $615K

Home in leafy central neighborhood features loads of exposed shiplap and other original features

This home in the heart of the historic central Hyde Park neighborhood is located on a corner lot is a classic bungalow of 1920s vintage. It was, in fact, built in 1920, and has many original or restored features to prove it. The ample, covered front porch is one of them, as are the wood floors, exposed original shiplap walls (painted and unpainted), tall ceilings, and various windows and doors.

The 1,363-square-foot home is finished out in an open-plan, modern farmhouse fashion, with butcher-block counters made of reclaimed wood and an apron sink in the kitchen, as well as an abundance of barn doors. The home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms—all remodeled, with a clawfoot tub in one bathroom and a modern, walk-in shower in the other.

While one side of the house faces busy 45th Street, the big front porch and small, fenced back yard look like they would provide private outdoor space to enjoy.

4412 Avenue C [Reilly Realtors]