A charming, multi-level home on the market in the centrally located Bryker Woods neighborhood, this stucco frame house probably stretches the definition of “bungalow” while remaining within its general bounds. Stylistically, it’s in the Colonial Revival camp, but its size and materials allow it to straddle the two categories.
The home presents modestly, fronted by a one-story, symmetrical exterior. The 2,047-square-foot house expands to two stories in back and features a fenced backyard and small patio. Built in 1937, the home has three bedrooms, two updated bathrooms, a galley kitchen, and a large den with high ceilings and French doors opening to the backyard. It also features hardwood floors and a fireplace.
• 1508 West 29th Street [Shannon Windham, Gottesman Residential Real Estate]