Built in 1947, this multistory home probably started life as a modest stucco house. Remodeled in 2017, it’s still stucco but now measures 2,736 square feet. The patinas and character of its past look to be intact in some spaces, however—especially the front gardens and backyards, which look like homey, intimate spaces with stone walkways and patios, mature foliage, and a fireplace. It’s located on the south end of the Bouldin Creek neighborhood near both South First Street and South Congress Avenue, but it’s on a no-outlet street, which likely helps with noise and privacy.
The home has four bedrooms and three bathrooms and features open floor plan with large windows in its main living area. It also has an upstairs living area with city views. There are wood floors throughout the house and upgrades such as quartz and marble countertops and dramatic light fixtures. The home is listed by Rachelle Ray (who is also the owner) with Pauly Presley Realty.