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Sweet vintage home in East Cesar Chavez asks $1M

Renovated Victorian built in 1906

Pale yellow gingerbread Victorian house with green and red details and a wraparound porch
1007 Willow Street
Twist Tours courtesy of Luxury Portfolio International

This is one of the heftier home prices we’ve seen in the East Cesar Chavez neighborhood, although they’ve been hovering around the seven-digit mark as of late. (It was last sold in 2008 for less than a quarter of what it’s currently asking, so there you go.) The continued hotness of the downtown-adjacent area notwithstanding, that’s no doubt at least somewhat reflective of what it must have cost to renovate the house.

The cute-as-a-darn-button Victorian home was built in 1906. It has been completely restored and features a multitude of original details, including woodwork, windows, and doors. The transoms, glass doorknobs, locking assemblies, and front doorbell are also nifty period touches.

The one-story, 1,700-square-foot home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as a study with a separate entrance. There are wood floors throughout and a fireplace in the living area. In addition to the wraparound porch, there is a small deck on the side of the house and a fenced back yard.

The renovated kitchen is stripped down but blends with the rest of the home’s traditional style.

The three-bedroom home has a study with its own entrance and a large panty/laundry room off the kitchen.

The private, fenced back yard has a large shade tree and a storage building.

1007 Willow Street [Luxury Portfolio International]