The wraparound porches alone seem like plenty to sell this pristinely kept and updated Hyde Park home. But wait—there’s more. Built in 1908, the home is described as a “Steamboat Victorian” in the listing—thus the elaborate porches and balustrades, a Southern-style addition to your standard Gothic Victorian. The variation seems more than stylistic, given the climate: several square feet of porch and balcony space are likely to capture and carry breezes as well as providing tolerable options for being outside on a summer day.
Located on a corner lot in the historic Hyde Park neighborhood, the 3,808-square-foot home has four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, and three living areas. It features original wood floors and millwork as well as an updated kitchen and bathrooms. The top floor of the the three-story home features a flexible loft space with a closet and a bathroom. It has alley access to its detached, two-car garage.
There are four bedrooms including a lofted third-story space in the home.
A leafy backyard patio features an outdoor fireplace.
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