In the best of all possible worlds, the seller or agent would have waited until after moving-out day and staged this house properly before taking photos for the listing. In reality, they probably thought they didn’t need to (and rightly so) because it’s pretty darn cute, even unadorned. (It also holds out hope to potential buyers that the art by local muralist/general genius Federico will stay, though that seems unlikely.)
Built in 1935 and located in the East César Chavez neighborhood just a block from that area’s happening namesake street, the home features quite a few of the original characteristics that make the Craftsman style beloved by so many: a generous, wraparound porch with distinctive columns; high ceilings; wood floors (which look recently refinished); and some spiffy baseboards, doors, windows, and frames.
The 1,372-square-foot home has three bedrooms and one bathroom, fully fenced front and back yards, and two off-street parking spaces.
• 1000 Willow Street [Adela Hernandez, Keller Williams Realty]