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]