Built in 1939, this 3-bedroom, 1.5-bath brick home in Grandmont Rosedale offers nearly 2000 square feet of living space. The kitchen is freshly remodeled with light-colored granite counters and stainless steel appliances. The baths have been rehabbed, and there's a finished basement with a very pretty tinted concrete floor and a fireplace. The living room also has a very pretty fireplace, and the house has a detached 2-car garage, too.
The house has a decent amount of entertaining space, including a Florida room just off the dining room. While we'd like photos of the bedrooms, the listing copy promises that they're "large" and that the master has a walk-in closet. The kitchen update is nice. While we'd prefer a little less glass tile (why these backsplashes all go to the ceiling these days is a trend we'd like to see ended at once), the tile is handsome, as are the brass pulls on the cabinets and drawers.
The living room has a gigantic bay window that lets in oodles of light, as does the cleverly styled window overlooking the Florida room. The front door is gorgeous on the inside, with a unique lattice pattern. The hardwood floors look great in the listing photos, and the bathrooms, while nothing earth-shattering, are tidy-looking and neutral. The price puts this home at the very top of Grantmont Rosedale listings. A neighboring home is trying for $110K, and still another Artesian Street house went for $123K in June. While most prices in the area seem to top out around $80K-$90K, this street is clearly doing something right.