Tucked away from the city on a quiet cobblestone side street, this 1830s-built home just came on the market for $925,000.
The three-bed, three-bath spot on South American Street offers a lot in the way of curb appeal—from the all-brick facade of the houses around it, to trees that lend shade over the small street. But there’s tons to gawk at inside the home, too.
Recently renovated, with gated parking and a well-lit kitchen (thanks to that enormous bay window-slash-breakfast nook), the house offers pine floors, 10-foot ceilings, and plenty of sunlight. The renovations were completed by the home’s current owners, an architect and historic preservationist, who brought a contemporary look to the 200-year-old spot.
Among some of the home’s biggest draws are a sunlight private patio out back, and several fireplaces inside the home. Realtor Craig Wakefield, of Compass, is holding an open house at the home on Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m.