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Quintessential quaint Hyde Park cottage asks $585K

Par for the neighborhood

A Craftsman-style wood house with tapered stone and wood columns holding up the gabled front porch roof. The roof echoes the home’s larger gabled roof, offset to the left behind it. the home is on a slight hill. There are four windows and a front door in the middle of the front facade, entered from the front porch.
4701 Avenue G
Via Stanberry Realtors

A fetching yellow Craftsman might be the quintessence of the Hyde Park bungalow, the slightly less extravagant answer to the two-story Victorians that also populate the historic central-city neighborhood. Whatever the case, they tend to hit the market in droves, and this one could be the first of the neighborhood’s seasonal molting of the type.

Built in 1939, the 1,292-square-foot home looks to have plenty of its vintage charm (and features) intact, including the inviting, classic front porch, complete with a swing. Other features include longleaf pine floors, high ceilings, crown moldings, and wide trim. Improvements include terrific kitchen and bathroom updates, the addition of double-pane windows and a walk-in closet, and recent AC.

The home has two bedrooms and one bathroom as well as a study and a studio/flex room room or exercise. There’s also a back deck and a garage/workshop with alley access. The listing for 4701 Avenue G is held by Sarah Madera of Stanberry Realtors.