This 100-year-old Queen Village home that just hit the market really lays on the charm, from its pine floors to the snowy backyard. It helps that the 2-bedroom is historic and recently renovated, too.
That may explain the $679,000 price tag, which may sound steep for a 2-bedroom, 1-bath home that last sold in 2013 for $200K. But, as the listing notes, there’s room in the 1,827-square-foot property for more bedrooms.
The four-story home has a unique layout in that the third and fourth floors are lofts suites. They’re both pretty spacious, with the master featuring exposed beams, so there’s potential to add another bedroom to both floors. There’s also a finished basement, which could double as a guest room or bonus living area.
All in all it’s the home gives off rustic vibes, with the wide-plank hardwood floors, exposed beams, and period-specific Timberlane window shutters.
- 214 Monroe Street [The Conway Team]