This little house is not just cute as a button; it’s also a bit of an unusual find in Brentwood. It was built in 1948, which jibes with the neighborhood’s history, but it has rustic touches and Craftsman influences that one doesn’t often see in the mostly midcentury neighborhood.
Located at 1204 Ruth Avenue, the one-story, brick-and-frame home has natural wood accents, an undeniable cross-hatch of exposed ceiling beams, and wood floors in the living and dining areas, which are open to the kitchen. Upgrades in the kitchen include slate floors, backsplashes, and and accent wall; stainless steel appliances, tile counters, and a breakfast bar.
The fenced backyard has a screened-in porch and an open deck, and the property has a two-car garage. The home measures 1,221 square feet and has two bedrooms and one bathroom.