Built in 1940, this one-story frame house is what may be considered a Hyde Park bungalow—even a classic Hyde Park bungalow—a term that can be used loosely to describe a variety of small, vintage houses that conjure a certain image: large, covered porches; peaked roofs; Craftsman-style elements, and so forth.
Even if it doesn’t conform strictly to a specific style, it’s most definitely vintage, cute, and stylishly remodeled. It’s too bad that interior photos sacrifice staging to hammer home the point that it’s currently functioning as a jam-packed vacation rental, as is the detached backyard cottage, which has one bedroom and one bathroom.
If you look past the beds crammed inelegantly in some of the rooms and the odd piece of generic, purely functional furniture, though, you can see a lot of character and vintage style here—a description to which its appearance of HGTV’s Small Space Big Style show can attest.
The main home has two bedrooms, one bathroom, and such features as wood floors, nine-foot ceilings, exposed shiplap walls, and custom kitchen cabinets. There are two private yards with a covered, screened porch in between, as well as a one-car garage and second off-street parking space off an alley in back. Both homes’s total square footage is 2,031. Juice Real Estate holds the listing.